Officials: Food not source of outbreak

Officials: Food not source of outbreak

There are 3 comments on the Suburban Chicago News story from Aug 1, 2010, titled Officials: Food not source of outbreak. In it, Suburban Chicago News reports that:

If you attended a wedding reception July 16 or 17 at DiNolfo's Banquets in Mokena, the Will County Health Department wants to talk with you.

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disturbed

Joliet, IL

#1 Aug 1, 2010
I find this incredibly irresponsible of the other newspaper to post an article accusing Dinolfo's of food poisoning before the health dept. made their inspection. Then after one whole day of research it is quickly decided that it was most likely a guest from the wedding, and not any fault of the banquet hall. This is the kind of irresponsible journalism that can put places like this out of business. So maybe next time some sleeze-ball lawyer trying to stir the pot calls the paper about his client having diarrhea, the paper can maybe wait until the Health Dept. has come to a conclusion of food poisoning before jumping to that bold conclusion on their own.
Blah

Oak Lawn, IL

#2 Aug 1, 2010
disturbed wrote:
I find this incredibly irresponsible of the other newspaper to post an article accusing Dinolfo's of food poisoning before the health dept. made their inspection. Then after one whole day of research it is quickly decided that it was most likely a guest from the wedding, and not any fault of the banquet hall. This is the kind of irresponsible journalism that can put places like this out of business. So maybe next time some sleeze-ball lawyer trying to stir the pot calls the paper about his client having diarrhea, the paper can maybe wait until the Health Dept. has come to a conclusion of food poisoning before jumping to that bold conclusion on their own.
well put and very correct
Upset

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Sep 8, 2010
disturbed wrote:
I find this incredibly irresponsible of the other newspaper to post an article accusing Dinolfo's of food poisoning before the health dept. made their inspection. Then after one whole day of research it is quickly decided that it was most likely a guest from the wedding, and not any fault of the banquet hall. This is the kind of irresponsible journalism that can put places like this out of business. So maybe next time some sleeze-ball lawyer trying to stir the pot calls the paper about his client having diarrhea, the paper can maybe wait until the Health Dept. has come to a conclusion of food poisoning before jumping to that bold conclusion on their own.
AGREE!!!!

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