OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma State Department of Health said it found no specific cause behind an E. coli outbreak last summer at a northeastern Oklahoma restaurant that killed one man and sickened 341 people. The department on Thursday issued its final report on the investigation of the largest E. coli O111 outbreak documented in the United States. The report said the source of the August 2008 outbreak was at the Country Cottage buffet restaurant in Locust Grove, Okla., but that a ...

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