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More E. Coli Cases From Lake Wildwood

More E-Coli cases have been reported in Nevada County–all seemingly coming from Lake Wildwood. Public Health Coordinator Patti Carter has an update…

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The cases also mean more beach closures…

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It’s also recommended that no one swim in the lake until further notice. E-Coli can be very dangerous for young children, but officials say otherwise healthy adults can usually recover in five to ten days. Symptoms of E-coli include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, and sometimes fever. The main beach was closed late last week, and water samples were taken after seven people got sick.


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