An interim report from the Southern Nevada Health District states that approximately 140-150 people were infected with Salmonella after attending, or coming into contact with attendees of, a potluck dinner in Logandale, NV, on Oct. 19. There were 250 people in attendance at the dinner, which ABC News reported took place at a local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The 85 victims reported by area health-care providers ranged in age from seven months to 88 years, with a median age of 44. Test results indicated Salmonella infantis as the causative agent, but a dish has not been identified as the source because no leftovers were available for testing.