Hepatitis A Outbreak Traced to Pennsylvania Chi-Chi's

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More than 500 patrons of a Chi-Chi's Mexican restaurant in southwestern Pennsylvania have contracted hepatitis A. Three have died. Authorities now believe the restaurant's food supply was the main source of the outbreak, the largest ever to be attributed to one restaurant. Mark Nootbaar of member station WDUQ reports.

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