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PostSubject: E-Coli Hits North Wales   Mon Aug 03, 2009 3:18 pm


E-Coli is back in Wales! Crying or Very sad
Hope nobody dies this time.
Poor 5 year old died last time Crying or Very sad

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The chip shop has been closed as a precautionary measure. Karen Morrisroe-Clutton's husband Paul said she was in a critical condition

A woman is on a life support machine and a three-year-old girl is seriously ill after an E.coli outbreak, with a possible link to a fish and chip shop.
The family of Karen Morrisroe-Clutton, from Wrexham, who has an 11-week-old baby, said she fell ill after eating a vegetarian burger.
A three-year-old girl has renal failure in a Liverpool hospital.
Four cases are being investigated. The chip shop has been shut but the owner said he used respectable suppliers.
Llay Fish Bar, Llay, Wrexham has been closed since 30 July and an indefinite closure order was granted by the town's magistrates on Monday.
A Wrexham council spokeswoman said: "It will remain closed until we're satisfied that health requirements and legislation have been met."

Karen Morrisroe-Clutton with baby son Oliver

She's still very critical but the doctors, who are absolutely out of this world, remain optimistic
Paul Clutton, husband
The three-year-old girl is being treated at Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool.
Karen Morrisroe-Clutton, a librarian, is being treated at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, where her husband Paul has been at her bedside.
The hospital said this evening she was in a "seriously ill" condition.
Mr Clutton earlier told BBC Wales: "She's still very critical but the doctors, who are absolutely out of this world, remain optimistic, but at any moment it could get worse.
"She's stable and her body is fighting this disease."
Ms Morrisroe-Clutton's mother, Rose Morrisroe, who is looking after her daughter's baby Oliver, said she fell ill last Tuesday after eating a vegetarian burger from the chip shop.
"The doctor became worried and sent for tests, after which she was admitted to intensive care at the Maelor Hospital.
"She's been in a medically-induced coma since then and is on kidney dialysis and a plasma exchange machine.

Public health consultant Dr Judy Hart said they looked at different possible sources

"Things are improving slightly but she's not out of danger yet. She's just had a baby which we're looking after.
"Thankfully he's young enough not to know. It's a very worrying time."
Pierre Bartlett, the solicitor for Ramazan Aslan, owner of the fish bar, said his client was co-operating fully with the investigation. His thoughts were with the families of those who are ill.
Mr Bartlett said Mr Aslan runs a clean and sensible establishment and uses respectable food suppliers.
An environmental health officer told Wrexham magistrates that two of the four cases tested had been confirmed as being a common strain.

Professor Hugh Pennington says the latest outbreak in Wrexham could have occured at the food preparation stage

The other two cases have not been confirmed as being linked as yet.
Dr Judy Hart, consultant in communicable disease control at the National Public Health Service (NPHS) for Wales said along with Wrexham Council's environmental health officers they were investigating four cases of E.coli O157 in three families from the Wrexham area.
She said two people had been hospitalised and as a precautionary measure, a food premises was closed by the council on 30 July while investigations are carried out.
Dr Hart added: "The symptoms of E.coli O157 range from mild diarrhoea, stomach cramps and fever to bloody diarrhoea.
"Most people recover without complications, but the most severe cases can develop kidney failure.
"Anyone who is experiencing these symptoms should contact NHS Direct Wales for advice on 0845 4647."

She said people could become infected with E.coli O157 by eating contaminated food, through contact with farm animals or through contact with contaminated water.
"The infection can also pass from person to person and so it is important that anyone who is ill should observe strict personal hygiene to avoid spreading the infection," said Dr Hart.
"The incubation period for E.coli O157 can range from one to 14 days, but is characteristically three to four days. The length of the illness can vary but people with E.coli O157 are usually ill for up to two weeks."
She said investigations were ongoing and the NPHS and Wrexham Council would continue to monitor the situation closely.


Hope it doesn't spread and I hope they get better. Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

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