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Sevilla family die from food poisoning

PUBLISHED: December 16, 2013 at 11:06 am  •  LAST EDITED: December 16, 2013 at 12:11 pm
Andalucia, Lead, Sevilla  •  1 Comments


Sevilla family die from food poisoning

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A MOTHER, father and one daughter have died from food poisoning in Seville.

Local government spokeswoman Miriam Burgos told state broadcaster RTVE that a 13-year-old girl was the only family member to survive, having emerged Sunday from the intensive care unit of a Seville hospital after suffering from food poisoning.

Reports say the family had accepted free food from local stores, and both parents were unemployed.

The town hall said in a statement Sunday it had ordered three days of mourning.

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December 16th, 2013 11:50 pm

Very sad indeed. Although many families, are going through very hard times in Spain, I wanted to point 2 things:

In Spain the chances to die from food poisoning at the momment are 0,01% for every 100.000,00.

This link also starts suggesting that the causes might not be from food poisoning

“http://www.elmundo.es/andalucia/2013/12/16/52af4b3661fd3df4798b4596.html?a=7193e9a10fe5108d25229bf95c69ea50&t=1387233932″




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