March 27, 2008: Claudia Sanders Dinner House Linked To Kentucky Outbreak

According to a North Central District Health Department news release, 88 people report that they have been sickened in an outbreak of illnesses linked to the Easter buffet at Claudia Sanders Dinner House in Shelbyville, Kentucky...

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Health officials have temporarily closed the well known restaurant; and the Kentucky State Epidemiology Lab will release a preliminary report later today. 

At this point, health officials suspect that ham, served at the Easter buffet, may be the source of the outbreak. 

To report a suspected illness, please call the health department at (502) 633-1243.  

The Law Firm of Eric H. Weinberg has been contacted by individuals who were sickened in this latest outbreak.  Please submit a free legal case evaluation, or call us toll free at 1-877-934-6274, if you have a question regarding your legal rights.

To learn about recent food poisoning outbreaks, please see Cantaloupe Food Poisoning Outbreak, Santa Fe Food Poisoning Outbreak, and Yuma Food Poisoning Outbreak. For updated articles, please see Staph Food Poisoning Lawyer and Claudia Sanders Staph.



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