It has been reported that at least 14 people have been discovered to be infected by salmonella after handling a contaminated dog food from a South Carolina company. Moreover, it has been subjected that the same company was found guilty in producing contaminated food for dogs years ago, after which dozens of dogs died.
As per federal officials from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it has been termed that five people were admitted to hospitals because of the infection spread by dog food made by Diamond Pet Foods at its plant in Gaston, S. C. However, it has been reported that no pet has been infected or sick.
CDC Spokeswoman Lola Russell said, "People who became ill, the thing that was common among them was that they had fed their pets Diamond Pet Foods".
Moreover, it has been asserted that all the people affected belong to different states. Detailed reports suggest that three people from both Missouri and North Carolina were infected, two people in Ohio and one person each in Alabama, Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Russell asserted that their teams have been deployed to keep a check that no more such cases are administered and also to make people aware of the situation.
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