Salmonella Cases Top 200 in Colorado
ALAMOSA, Colo. - The number of suspected salmonella cases linked to an outbreak in this southern Colorado town topped 200 Sunday. via KOB-TV
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#1 Mar 24, 2008
where is the flushed water going????
into the rio grande river, on the ground to seep into the ground water, or into the water treatment facility and where does it go from there?
what about water heaters filled with water, do they have to be drained? what about sanitizing the faucets? aren't they contaminated as well as the pipes?????
is there any kind of direction going on there?
who is in charge?
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