The Minnesota Health Department says there are ten E. coli cases involving residents. Three of the cases resulted in hospitalizations, and two developed a potentially fatal complication.
The CDC says the outbreak has already claimed one life in California.
Minnesota agriculture officials are working with health officials to further examine the cases here.
For now it's suggested you do not eat romaine lettuce if you cannot confirm it did not come from the Yuma growing region. The Yuma region is the source of the E. coli outbreak.
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