No new cases of Salmonella have surfaced in Fayetteville, N.C., since May 15, meaning the outbreak linked to the Holiday Inn Bordeaux has likely come to an end, according to officials at the Cumberland County Department of Public Health. At least 103 people have reported signs or symptoms of Salmonella infections. At least 12 of those who reported symptoms are from out-of-state, and six people have been hospitalized. The announcement comes as a third lawsuit has been filed against the Holiday Inn Bordeaux, this one on behalf of Asheville, N.C., resident Lacey Townsend. The plaintiff claims she became ill with a salmonella infection after eating food purchased from the hotel on May 8 and 9. Townsend is represented by food safety law firm Marler Clark, which underwrites Food Safety News.