April 6, 2007: Total of 10 E.coli Cases Linked with Souplantation Restaurant in California

Three more cases of E.coli food poisoning were confirmed yesterday, bringing the total number of food poisoning cases linked with Souplantation restaurant in Lake Forest, California, to 10.

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The Orange County Health Agency has confirmed that the 10 individuals ate at the same Souplantation restaurant on March 23 or 24. A 12-year-old girl, identified among the first seven cases, is in intensive care at Children’s Hospital of Orange County. The health agency also confirmed that the seven individuals tested had the same strain of E. coli bacteria, but that the source of the contamination had not been discovered.  

Souplantation is a serve-yourself, salad buffet restaurant. Anyone experiencing symptoms of E. coli food poisoning who has eaten at the Souplantation in Lake Forest is asked to contact their healthcare professional and the county health department. 

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