Tri-County Health Department

A one-state  E. coli O157: H7 outbreak in July likely involved at least one dozen customers of a Red Robin restaurant in Westminster, CO.  Colorado’s Tri-County Health Department is out with a  final report on the outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coil infections.
The report contains what some call troubling


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Two children and an adult have tested positive for E. coli O157: H7 after eating at a Denver area Red Robin restaurant. Two of the three people were admitted to hospitals.

The Tri-County Health Department inspected the Red Robin at 799 W. 146th Ave. in Westminster, CO, on July 9
Continue Reading E coli outbreak causes Colorado Red Robin to close down for ‘thorough cleaning and sanitizing’

Denver parents are seeking legal recourse after their teenage son was hospitalized with life-threatening complications from an E. coli O157:H7 infection linked to an Aurora, CO, restaurant. The lawsuit, filed Thursday with the Arapaho County District Court in Centennial, CO, states that Marc and Candace Thompson and their son Noah,
Continue Reading Sick boy’s parents sue eatery with food safety violation history