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…

Two women have filed lawsuits in Fayetteville, N.C., against the Holiday Inn Bordeaux alleging that they fell ill with Salmonella poisoning after eating food served at the hotel. The lawsuits come the same day the case count of those sickened in the outbreak rose again. The plaintiffs, Lucille Thompson and Tara Foster, are two of…

At least 88 people are now known to have been sickened in a Salmonella outbreak linked to a North Carolina Holiday Inn. This latest illness count, reported by WRAL Tuesday, marks an increase of two cases from the 86 reported by the Cumberland County Health Department Friday. The outbreak has been traced to the Holiday…

At least 86 people fell ill after eating at one of two restaurants within the Holiday Inn Bordeaux in Fayetteville, N.C., as of Friday, according to Cumberland County Department of Public Health Director Buck Wilson. That number is up from 70 cases counted on Monday. Seven of the patients have tested positive for Salmonella in…

At least 51 people are now known to have fallen ill in a Salmonella outbreak linked to a North Carolina Holiday Inn, reported the Cumberland County Health Department Friday. That number is up from the 44 illnesses reported by the Department just one day earlier. The source of the outbreak is thought to be the…

Update (5/16, 4:00 p.m. EST): Health officials in Cumberland County have updated the case count from 18 to 44 individuals sickened. The story below has been amended to reflect the updated numbers. At least 44 people have fallen ill with symptoms of Salmonella infection in an outbreak connected to the Holiday Inn Bordeaux in Fayetteville,…

The Cumberland County Department of Public Health in Fayetteville, NC announced Tuesday it is working with the N.C. Division of Public Health to investigate a gastrointestinal illness outbreak among staff and patrons of a local hotel’s restaurants. There are two confirmed cases of salmonella and one individual has been hospitalized, the news release said.

As…