A Mexican restaurant in Grady County, Oklahoma has been pinpointed as the source of a Salmonella outbreak that sickened six people over the last two months. The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Friday that Temazcal, an eatery located in Chickasha, was the most likely origin of the Salmonella Enteriditis that caused the outbreak, reported the Express-Star. All six victims were infected with matching strains of the bacteria, as revealed by DNA testing. The establishment had closed four days previous to this announcement after health inspectors discovered that its walk-in cooler was not functioning effectively. The restaurant is working to fix existing sanitation problems and come into compliance with health code so that it can reopen, according to Dr. Laura Smithee, chief of acute diseases for OSDH, according to the Express-Star.