Illness contracted at Wash. petting zoo could be E. coli

06/17/2011 | KING-TV (Seattle)

Two children and two adults who were hospitalized after visiting a petting zoo in Everett, Wash., are believed to be infected with E. coli bacteria. Lab test results have yet to confirm the diagnosis. "All animals including humans carry E. coli all the time. Some are more dangerous than others. In this case, the bacteria was likely shed from an animal quicker," an area health official said.

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