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A southwestern Indiana cantaloupe farm is the source of at least some of the salmonella responsible for an outbreak that sickened people in 21 states and killed two Kentucky residents, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday.
Health officials say at least some of the salmonella-contaminated cantaloupe that has sickened nearly 200 in 21 states came from a southwestern Indiana farm, but they warned Thursday that until they've ruled out any other possible sources, people should avoid cantaloupe grown in that part of the state.
Health officials say a farm in southwestern Indiana was the source of at least some of the salmonella-contaminated cantaloupe that has made at least 178 people in 21 states ill, but they are still trying to determine whether there are other sources.
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