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Illegally-Sold Cider May Have Caused E.coli Outbreak in Antrim County

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Health officials are looking into several cases of E. coli poisoning -- and say a bad batch of apple cider may be causing the sickness.

It's a classic fall drink, but health officials think someone's been making it without the taking the proper precautions.

Now, that product could be behind a small outbreak of E. coli in Antrim County.

9&10's Evan Dean and Photojournalist Jake Johnson spoke to the local health department -- and an orchard that makes cider properly.

They have more on their concerns.

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