Salmonella outbreak tied to tainted cucumbers.
O'Steen & Harrison, PLC Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Arizonans Sickened by Cucumber Salmonella Outbreak
Elisabeth Barber joins five other Arizona residents who have filed lawsuits in federal court alleging injuries from cucumbers contaminated with Salmonella. The Salmonella outbreak is linked to cucumbers grown at Rancho Don Juanito in Mexico and distributed by Andrew & Williamson, a food company based out of San Diego, California.
Our firm filed the lawsuit on behalf of Ms. Barber and represents each of these six individuals who have brought claims as a result of this Salmonella Poona outbreak. The case is captioned Barber v. Andrew and Williamson Sales, Co.
Pima County Death Tied to Tainted Cucumbers
The Pima County Health Department reported today that a woman hospitalized for an illness caused by cucumbers contaminated with Salmonella has died. This marks the third death to the outbreak, which has sickened at least 418 people in 31 states.
Multi-State Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cucumbers Has Sickened More Than 300 People
The New Mexico Department of Health has reported that a Salmonella Poona outbreak linked to Mexican cucumbers has sickened more than 300 people from 27 states. Among those people, at least 53 were hospitalized. A separate statement from the California Department of Public Health reported that the salmonella outbreak was tied to at least one death.
The state hardest hit by the outbreak is Arizona, with 60 reported cases. California and Utah have reported 51 and 30 illnesses, respectively.
The cucumbers are linked to Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce, a San Diego-based produce distributor that imports cucumbers from Mexico. Andrew & Williamson supplies vegetables to many different retail outlets and restaurants.
Andrew & Williamson has announced a recall of its garden cucumbers, based on a epidemiologic analysis linking these cucumbers and the Salmonella Poona outbreak.
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