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August 17, 2012 1:29 PM

Tainted cantaloupe from Indiana tied to two deaths, 50 illnesses in Kentucky

A strain of salmonella associated with two deaths and 50 illnesses in Kentucky since early July has been found in cantaloupes tested by the state, public health officials said Friday.

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