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Lawsuits Begin after 86 Children Sickened by Staph Found in Daycare Food Samples

Following an illness outbreak likely caused by Staph at a Montgomery, Alabama daycare, multiple lawsuits have been filed on behalf of the parents of children affected. The lawsuits allege that the children became ill after consuming contaminated food because the child care facility did not use proper procedures while preparing, serving and storing the food.

The Alabama State Department of Health said four out of eight food samples from the items served during the lunch hour at two Sunny Side Daycare Center were positive for the Staphylococcus aureus toxin. The results of nine additional samples are still pending. Both daycare locations will remain closed until the investigation is complete. Overall, 86 children under the age of 10 sought treatment at area hospitals and 30 of those were hospitalized.

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