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Tennessee children with E. coli are improving

Three children from one family became ill with E. coli O157:H7 infections in early July. One child remains in a Knoxville hospital, hospitalized with hemolytic uremic syndrome, but the other two are recovering, reports Newschannel 9.

But over the last ten days, 18-month-old Harley King has been to Children’s Hospital twice fighting off the symptoms of E-Coli.

His eight year old sister Kelsey is expected to be released from a Knoxville hospital this afternoon.

The news is not as good for four year old sister Alexis. She remains in the Knoxville hospital with attention focused on her kidneys.

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