Barb Smith for ABC 4 reports that “The kids were playing and they came running down and they started saying poop, poop in the Playland.” Tania Wymore was alarmed by the very obvious form of E-Coli that her toddler found at a birthday party.
Other Utah moms say they have seen similar problems in the play areas at restaurants. Pamela Davis says it’s the things she cant see that she worries about most.
“From experience children do go to the bathroom in there. They do throw up in there, and they do all of that sort of stuff and its just not possible to know if its clean,” says Davis.Continue Reading Germs in play land: Are microscopic dangers lurking in restaurant kid zones?