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E. Coli

I spoke with the health department today and according to them when the water was tested on June 14, there was no E. Coli but on June 24 there was some, however not enough to shut it down, but still enough that you could get sick from it. I think this is asinine- if you can get sick, it should be shut down. Please spread the word and keep people out of that park so more children don't end up sick. Your son is in my thoughts and prayers! I hope he is able to make a full and speedy recovery  (Jul 15, 2013 | post #4)

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E. Coli

My son was diagnosed with E. coli about two weeks ago. Since then there has been another young child with a confirmed case and doctors are now worried my son may have been re-exposed. After speaking with several people this week, I have found a few that also have symptoms of E. Coli- abdominal cramps/pain, diarrhea and blood in their stool. This can turn serious in young children as well as the elderly. I am wondering if anyone else has been experiencing these symptoms and if so, have you been to Cole Park recently? The Health Department is aware of what is going on, however, when my son was diagnosed, his was the only case and there wasn't much they could do. Now that there is a second confirmed case and I'm guessing at least two more to come with people I have spoken to, the common ground everyone had... They were at Cole Park. If more people come forward with these symptoms, it may help speed up the process some. It's going to be a hot week coming up and everyone is going to want to go for a swim. PLEASE, if you are having these symptoms, or know of someone who is or did, please urge them to contact the health department. If it is the park, they will have to shut it down till it gets cleaned up so that more people do not get sick. Also so that you are aware, symptoms can occur 1-10 days after exposure and everyone's symptoms can be different. The toxin my son was diagnosed with was Shiga toxin #026 which is not the most common one they were expecting it to be. Be careful out there everyone!  (Jul 13, 2013 | post #1)