LOCUST GROVE Okla. Country Cottage, a buffet restaurant in northeastern Oklahoma, remains closed as investigators try to identify what in the establishment may have been the source of an E. coli outbreak that killed a 26-year-old and sickened 206 other people. An investigation to find the source, now in its second week, had focused on the restaurant’s water supply because a test indicated E. coli bacteria may have been present. But additional tests of the well water prompted health ...
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