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5 more cases of E. coli linked to dairy’s raw milk

Five more people have become sickened with E. coli from unpasteurized milk from Dee Creek Farm, bringing the total sickened to 17 people, including two children still in critical condition.
Marni Storey, Clark County’s public health manager, says that lab tests show that “One hundred percent of the people with E. coli reported consuming unpasteurized milk from Dee Creek dairy.”
A Cowlitz County judge had ordered farmers Anita and Michael Puckett to turn over the names of 45 families who obtained raw, or unpasteurized, milk from the Woodland farm.

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