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E. coli cases linked to slaughtered goat at Captain’s Galley

The Captain’s Galley restaurant in China Grove, N.C. is closed indefinitely after a recent E. coli outbreak that health officials believe is probably connected to a slaughtered goat.

Cable News 14 from Charlotte, North Carolina reported on the bizarre practice of allowing employees to slaughter a goat in a restaurant.

An 86-year-old woman died last week after suffering from complications from an E. coli infection and many more people can become sick.  Now residents are reacting to the disturbing happening at the popular restaurant.
 

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