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Mother Dies of E. Coli 4-Years After Daughter

According to KARE 11, Minnesota woman has died of E. coli infection several years after losing her 4-year-old daughter to the same disease.

Details of the Mother’s and Daughter’s Deaths

Four years ago in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, 4-year-old Sophia Odens got very sick from O157, a strand of E-coli that attacks the kidneys. Sophia’s mother, Karen Odens, caught the strand as well. Both of them had been hospitalized because of the illness. The doctors could not save Sophia.

Because she was so young, Sophia could not fight off the bacteria. According to Sophia’s father, Ed Welke, everything was going great for the family until the E-coli hit. After that Karen, had developed post-traumatic stress disorder which had taken a toll on her in addition to the e-coli that had damaged her kidneys.

For the last eight months, Karen was getting kidney dialysis in Detroit Lakes three days a week. Finally, her body could take no more, and the deadly bacteria claimed her life as well, leaving the family grieving another tragic death and urging others to guard themselves from E. coli O157.

After this tragedy Welke stated that he “urges everybody to wash your fruits and vegetables. Don’t trust anything. Because when you buy that from the grocery store, you have to protect yourself.”

Tips to Avoid E-Coli

Here are a few helpful tips to avoid E-coli infections.

  1. Thoroughly cook all of your food especially meat
  2. Avoid unpasteurized dairy products and juices
  3. Do not swallow the water when swimming
  4. Wash your hands regularly

Statistics on E-coli E-Coli Infections

According to Food Safety News:

  1. Anywhere from 11 to 28 percent of the U.S. population is estimated to consume ground beef raw or uncooked.
  2. CDC counted at least 75 outbreaks associated with beef over the five-year period between 2009 and 2013. Of those, 35 percent were caused by E. coli.
  3. E. coli O157:H7, the pathogen most commonly associated with ground beef, causes an estimated 96,000 illnesses, 3,200 hospitalizations and 31 deaths in the U.S. each year.
  4. CDC tracked 391 E. coli O157:H7 outbreaks in the 10 years between 2003 and 2012. Between those outbreaks, the agency confirmed 4,930 cases of illness, with 1,274 (26 percent) hospitalizations, 300 (6 percent) cases of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), and 34 deaths.
  5. Food is by far the most common source of E. coli O157:H7, accounting for 65 percent of cases. The other major sources of E. coli are animal contact (10 percent) and person-to-person transmission (10 percent).
  6. The most common food source for E. coli turns out to be beef, which has been implicated in 55 percent of E. coli outbreaks.
  7. CDC also tracked more E. coli outbreaks from 2003-2012 than in the previous 20 years.

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Hy-Vee Recalls Spring Pasta Salad For Salmonella Risk

 

Hy-Vee, Inc. has announced a recall on its Spring Pasta Salad due to concerns that it may be contaminated with Salmonella.

About the Pasta Salad Recall

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), approximately 20 cases of illness in Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa could possibly be linked back to the pasta salad. The recall involves Hy-Vee Spring Pasta Salads in 1 pound (16 oz.) and 3 pound (48 oz.) containers produced between June 1, 2018 and July 13, 2018, and have expiration dates ranging from June 22, 2018 to August 3, 2018.

The product was distributed to all 244 of Hy-Vee’s grocery stores in various locations across Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. It comes in a plastic container with a plastic lid, and the expiration date is printed on the side of the container.

Consumers affected by the recall are advised to dispose of the product immediately, or they may return it to a local Hy-Vee store for a full refund. Hy-Vee Customer Care representatives can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-772-4098 for additional questions or concerns.

Symptoms of Salmonella Infection

According to the Mayo Clinic, the following symptoms can be signs of Salmonella infection:

  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Chills
  • Blood in the stool

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H-E-B Recalls Creamy Creations Ice Cream and Sherbet

H-E-B is has announced a recall for certain Creamy Creations ice cream and sherbet flavors due to concerns that the products may contain foreign objects.

About the Creamy Creations Recall

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that Creamy Creations ice cream and sherbets packaged in 3-ounce containers have been recalled due to broken metal in the equipment used to process the product. H-E-B issued the recall on these products, which were sold in Texas, on July 18, 2018. However, the products were not sold within the Houston area.

Thus far, there have been no reports of injuries or incidents, and all products have been removed from store shelves.

To remedy the issue, the company urges all customers to refrain from consuming the product, and to return it to the store for a full refund.

Items Included in the H-E-B Creamy Creations Recall

The following products were included in the recall.

UPC
Number
ProductSizeCode Date
4122081930Creamy
Creations
Orange Lime
Sherbet Cup
12CT/3OZ
12CT/3OZ12/09/2018
4122081931Creamy
Creations
Vanilla
Chocolate Cup
12CT/3OZ
12CT/3OZ12/10/2018

 

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Swiss Rolls Under Multiple Brand Names Recalled for Salmonella Concerns

Flowers Foods Inc. has voluntarily recalled Swiss Rolls sold under several brand names due to the possibility of salmonella contamination.

About the Recalled Swiss Rolls

The possibly contaminated Swiss Rolls were sold under the brand names Mr.Freshley’s, Food Lion, H-E-B, Baker’s Treat, Market Square, and Great Value. These products were distributed nationally.

Swiss Rolls under the brand name Captain John Derst’s Old Fashioned Bread were distributed in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

A third-party whey powder manufacturer initiated the recall due to potential salmonella contamination in whey powder, an ingredient in Swiss Rolls. Thus far, no illnesses have been reported due to the Swiss Rolls.

The recommended remedy is to discard the products, or return it to the company for a full refund.

The Centers for Disease Control estimates that 1.2 million illnesses, 23,000 hospitalizations, and 450 deaths in the United States occur due to salmonella every year.

The CDC recommends cooking poultry, ground beef, and eggs completely in order to prevent salmonella poisoning. Make sure to wash hands, utensils, and kitchen surfaces thoroughly while cooking with raw meat. The CDC also recommends washing hands after handling reptiles, and birds.

Swiss Rolls Included in the Recall

BRANDPACKAGE SIZEUPC #BEST BY DATE
Mrs. Freshely’s7.2 oz07225001190710/09/18 through 10/19/18
Mrs. Freshely’s12 oz07225090323310/14/18
Food Lion13 oz03582609277910/16/18
H-E-B12 oz0412202965839/19/18
Baker’s Treat13 oz0414981883829/21/18 through 09/28/18
Market Saquire12 oz087381760556309 8194 B
Great Value13 oz078742147550Sep 17 2018 through Sep 25 2018
Old Fashioned BreadN/A07131600118007/16/18 through 07/28/18

 

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Ford Recalls 550,000 Cars Over Rollaway Risk

Ford has announced a recall of 550,000 vehicles that pose a rollaway hazard.

About the Ford Recall

According to CNET, a bushing responsible for holding the shifter cable in the transmission might detach, causing the transmission to be in a different gear than what the driver intended. For example, the driver may think that they put the car in Park, and this would show on the dashboard, but the car may still be in gear.

Consumers of the affected vehicles are urged to immediately take it to a local dealership, where technicians can replace the shifter cable bushing. Until then, they should use the parking brake when the vehicle is in Park to prevent it from moving unintentionally.

Vehicles Affected by the Ford Recall

The recall includes:

  • 2013-2016 Ford Fusion sedan
  • 2013-2014 Ford Escape SUV

The vehicles’ manufacturer spans three separate facilities: Flat Rock and Louisville in the United States, and Hermosillo in Mexico. The build dates were between June 18, 2013 and August 31, 2015. Approximately 504,000 of these cars are in the U.S., with the remaining vehicles split between Canada and Mexico.

Safety Tips for Avoiding a Rollaway Accident

The following tips can help you avoid rollaway accidents and injuries:

  • When parked downhill: turn your front wheels to the curb or side of the road
  • When parked uphill with a curb: turn your front wheels away from the curb
  • When parked uphill without a curb: turn your front wheels to the right
  • When parked on a flat surface: park within 12 inches of the curb and turn your front wheels toward the side of the road
  • Make sure your gear selector is in Park when you park your vehicle
  • Use the parking brake
  • Turn your engine off before leaving your vehicle
  • Always remember to take your keys out of the ignition
  • Lock all doors when leaving a vehicle out of your sight

Contact an Experienced Vehicle Defect Attorney

Drivers have enough to worry about while traversing the roadways on a daily basis. When a person gets behind the wheel of a car, there is a reasonable expectation that the car is going to perform in a matter that would not put the operator’s life in jeopardy. Unfortunately there are hundreds of vehicle recalls each year due to manufacturer defects, from the tires to the ignition switches, that can cause catastrophic injuries and in some cases death. If you or a loved one have been injured due to a defective part in a vehicle, contact Thomas J. Henry.

Our experienced defective vehicle lawyers have handled a multitude of injury claims caused by recalled vehicles. We continue to handle cases involving faulty and dangerous GM ignition switches and Takata airbags. Our firm has offices in Corpus ChristiSan Antonio, Austin, and Houston, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Call us today for a free legal consultation — our attorneys are available 24/7, nights and weekends.

Water Pik Recalls Flossing Toothbrushes for Health Hazards

Water Pik, Inc. announces a recall for its Sonic-Fusion®️ flossing toothbrush due to health hazards.

About the Toothbrush Recall

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the charging base for the flossing toothbrush may overheat with localized melting and sparking, potentially causing fire, shock, or burns.

Consumers of the recalled product are urged to immediately stop using it and unplug the unit. Affected units can be returned to Water Pik, Inc. To receive a product return kit, or for additional information, consumers can call 1-800-674-7718 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MDT, Monday through Friday or email at SonicFusion-Return@Waterpik.com.

Models Included in the Recall

The recall is only applicable to Sonic-Fusion®️ products, and all other Waterpik®️ brand toothbrushes and flossing devices are not affected.

The following models are included in the recall:

Name of ProductModelSerial/Lot Numbers
Sonic-Fusion®️SF-01SF01 17 06 01 through SF01 18 06 28
Sonic-Fusion®️SF-02SF02 17 06 01 through SF02 18 06 28

 

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CDC Warning on Kellogg’s Honey Smacks: “Do Not Eat This Cereal”

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday that customers should avoid Honey Smacks as the popular Kellogg’s cereal has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that has infected 100 people in 33 states.

About the Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Recall

In June, Kellogg’s said it was investigating the third-party manufacturer that produces Honey Smacks after it was contacted by the FDA and CDC about the illness. CBS News reports the outbreak has now been linked to 100 cases of salmonella poisoning with infected individuals ranging in age from 1- to 87-years-old.The CDC says that regardless of expiration date, the cereal should be thrown away or returned to a retailer for a refund.

The CDC says at least 30 of the people infected in the outbreak have been hospitalized.

Symptoms of Salmonella Poisoning

According to the CDC, most people infected with salmonella develop a fever, cramps or diarrhea within 12 to 72 hours of being exposed to the bacteria.

The illness usually lasts about four to seven days.

Most healthy individuals recover without the need for treatment, although infants, older adults, and people with a weakened immune system are at an increased risk of serious complications, including death.

Contact an Experienced Food Recall Attorney

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Allura Recalls Children’s Sleepwear for Flammability Hazard

About 64,000 units of children’s sleepwear, manufacture by Allura, were recalled on July 12, 2018.

About the Recalled Children’s Sleepwear

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commissions (CPSC), there are two types of sleepwear that have been recalled. One of the products is a pair of pajama pants and has the brand name “Sweet N’ Sassy” printed on the waist label and hand tag. This product is also made of 100% polyester.

The second garment is a long-sleeved onesie with a hood, and front zipper with the brand name “Delia’s Girl” printed on the hand tag and neck label. This garment is made of 95% polyester and 5% spandex. Both garments were sold in children’s sizes 4-6x, and 7-16.

At this time, no incidents have been reported. This being said, the suggested remedy is to cease all use of the product, and contact Allura for a full refund.

Garments Included in the Recall

According to the CPSC, the recall affects the following style numbers:

  • S65300 or S67300
  • S65301 or S67301
  • S65302 or S67302
  • S65303 or S67303
  • 65477 or 67477
  • 65476 or 67476
  • 65475 or 67475

The garments were sold at America’s Kids, Boscov’s, Kids For Less, and similar store around the nation and on Amazon.com, CookiesKids.com, CrazyforBargains.com, Sophiasstyle.com, and others. The garments were sold for between $8 and $13 from September 2017 to April 2017.

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Scuba Diving Regulators Recalled For Drowning Hazard

Huish Outdoors recently announced a recall for approximately 4,500 scuba diving regulators due to a drowning hazard.

About the Scuba Diving Regulator Recall

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the Oceanic and Hollis scuba diving regulators run the risk of restricting airflow at low tank pressures, which is any reading below 500 psi, and may pose a drowning hazard to scuba divers. No injuries have currently been reported.

The CPSC urges consumers to immediately stop using the recalled product. Those affected by the recall can contact a local Oceanic or Hollis dealer to receive a repair free of charge.

Description of the Recalled Scuba Diving Regulator

  • The metal regulator attaches to the scuba tank valve and controls the pressure of the air a diver breathes.
  • The serial number is laser etched on the first stage body. Part numbers and UPC numbers are printed on the packaging only.

Regulators with the following part numbers are included:

                                                      

Oceanic CDX First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
40-3770-07ALPHA 10 + CDX, YOKE020545096023
40-3771-07ALPHA 10 + CDX, DIN020545096030
40-3770CDX 1ST STAGE, YOKE020545095538
40-3771CDX 1ST STAGE, DIN020545095545
40-6184KIT, SVC, FDXi/CDX/EDX, 1ST STG020545097075
                                            

Oceanic EDX First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
40-7590-07DELTA 5 + EDX, YOKE, BK020545043713
40-7591-07DELTA 5 + EDX, DIN, BK020545043720
40-7590-24DELTA 5 + EDX, YOKE, WH020545096009
40-7591-24DELTA 5 + EDX, DIN, WH020545096016
40-7590EDX 1ST STAGE, YOKE020545095552
40-7591EDX 1ST STAGE, DIN020545095569
40-6184KIT, SVC, FDXi/CDX/EDX, 1ST STG020545097075
                                            

Oceanic FDX10 First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
40-6185KIT, SVC, FDX10, 1ST STG020545097013
 

                                              

Oceanic FDXi First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
40-8150-07ZEO + FDXi, YOKE, SWIV, BK020545092094
40-8150-24ZEO + FDXi, YOKE, SWIV, WH020545092100
40-8140-07ZEO + FDXi, DIN, SWIV, BK020545087960
40-8140-24ZEO + FDXi, DIN, SWIV, WH020545087977
40-8200-03FDXi 1ST STG, YOKE, BK020545082705
40-8200-05FDXi 1ST STG, DIN, BK020545082729
40-8211-24FDXi 1ST STG, YOKE, WT020545094685
40-8212-24FDXi 1ST STG, DIN, WT020545094692
40-6184KIT, SVC, FDXi/CDX/EDX, 1ST STG020545097075
 

Hollis DC7 First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
240-3500-07-M500SE + DC7 YOKE020545208921
240-3501-07-M500SE + DC7 DIN020545208938
240-1503-07-M150LX + DC7 DIN020545211037
240-1504-07-M150LX + DC7 YOKE020545211044
240-3567DC7 – YOKE020545207054
240-3568DC7 – DIN020545207061
220-9206KIT, SVC, DC7, 1ST STG020545086314
                 

Hollis DC3 First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
240-1000-07-M100LX + DC3 YOKE020545209966
240-1001-07-M100LX + DC3 DIN020545209973
240-3555DC3 – YOKE020545205715
240-3556DC3 – DIN020545205722
220-9214KIT, SVC, DC1/DC2/DC3/DCX, 1ST STG020545216148
 

Hollis DC1 First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
220-9214KIT, SVC, DC1/DC2/DC3/DCX, 1ST STG020545216148
 

Hollis DC2 First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
220-9214KIT, SVC, DC1/DC2/DC3/DCX, 1ST STG020545216148
 

Hollis DCX First Stage

 

Part NumberDescriptionUPC
240-2010-07-M200LX + DCX YOKE020545209928
240-2011-07-M200LX + DCX DIN020545209935
240-3572DCX – YOKE020545210412
240-3573DCX – DIN020545210429
220-9214KIT, SVC, DC1/DC2/DC3/DCX, 1ST STG020545216148

 

Contact an Experienced Product Liability Attorney

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Sandoz and Novartis Recall Prescriptions Drugs, Packaging Fails to Federal Requirements

Prescription medication bottles with multiple pills of various colors

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced the recall of about 74,000 units of drug packages because of a failure to meet closure requirements for child safety.

About the Recalled Drugs

Blister packages of prescription drugs manufactured by Sandoz and Novartis have been recalled. These packages contain between three and ten tablets.

There has been one reported incident of a child ingesting haloperidol from a blister package.

The issue can be remedied by immediately storing the blistering packages out of reach of children. Contents can be consumed after placing in secure area.

Drugs Included in the Recall

74,000 units from Novartis and Sandoz have been recalled.

The following units were manufactured with Novartis:

Recalled Novartis Prescription DrugsNDC NumbersTablet StrengthCarton ConfigurationLot NumbersExpiration Date
Zofran ODT®0078-0679-61

0078-0679-19

4 mg30 count: 3 cards with 10 tablets each1657088

 

Dec 2019

 

Zofran ODT®0078-0680-61

0078-0680-19

8 mg30 count: 3 cards with 10 tablets each1641546

 

Oct 2019

 

Entresto® (sacubitril/valsartan)0078-0659-61

0078-0659-35

24 mg/ 26 mg100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets eachFX000005

FX000004

FX000003

F0010

F0009

F0007

Apr 2020

Apr 2020

Sep 2019

Nov 2018

Aug 2018

Jul 2018

Entresto® (sacubitril/valsartan)0078-0777-61

0078-0777-35

49 mg/ 51 mg100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets eachFX000001

F0006

F0005

F0004

Dec 2019

Oct 2019

Aug 2019

Oct 2018

Entresto® (sacubitril/valsartan)0078-0696-61

0078-0696-35

97 mg/ 103 mg100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets eachFX000002

F0007

F0006

F0005

F0004

Mar 2020

Feb 2020

Dec 2019

Dec 2018

Oct 2018

 

The following unites were manufactured with Sandoz:

Recalled Sandoz Prescription DrugsTablet StrengthNDC NumbersCarton Configuration
Azithromycin Tablets250 mg0781-5776-06

0781-5776-69

50 count: 5 cards with 10 tablets each
Donepezil ODT  Tablets5 mg0781-5276-06

0781-5276-64

30 count: 3 cards with 10 tablets each
Donepezil ODT Tablets10 mg0781-5277-06

0781-5277-64

30 count: 3 cards with 10 tablets each
Haloperidol Tablets0.5 mg0781-1391-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Haloperidol Tablets1 mg0781-1392-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Haloperidol Tablets2 mg0781-1393-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Haloperidol Tablets5 mg0781-1396-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Haloperidol Tablets10 mg0781-1397-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Imipramine HCl Tablets25 mg0781-1764-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Imipramine HCl Tablets50 mg0781-1766-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Isosorbide Dinitrate (ISDN) Tablets10 mg0781-1556-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Isosorbide Dinitrate (ISDN) Tablets20 mg0781-1695-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Naratriptan Tablets2.5 mg0781-5527-06

0781-5527-37

9 count: 1 card with 9 tablets
Ondansetron Tablets8 mg0781-1681-333 count: 1 card with 3 tablets
Ondansetron ODT4 mg0781-5238-06

0781-5238-64

30 count: 3 cards with 10 tablets each
Ondansetron ODT8 mg0781-5239-06

0781-5239-64

30 count: 3 cards with 10 tablets each
Ondansetron ODT8 mg0781-5239-06

0781-5239-80

10 count: 1 card with 10 tablets
Perphenazine Tablets2 mg0781-1046-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Perphenazine Tablets4 mg0781-1047-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Perphenazine Tablets8 mg0781-1048-13100 count: 10 cards with 10 tablets each
Risperidone ODT0.5 mg0781-5310-06

0781-5310-08

28 count: 7 cards with 4 tablets each
Risperidone ODT1 mg0781-5311-06

0781-5311-08

28 count: 7 cards with 4 tablets each
Risperidone ODT2 mg0781-5312-06

0781-5312-08

28 count: 7 cards with 4 tablets each
Risperidone ODT3 mg0781-5313-06

0781-5313-08

28 count: 7 cards with 4 tablets each
Risperidone ODT4 mg0781-5314-06

0781-5314-08

28 count: 7 cards with 4 tablets each

Contact an Experienced Liability Attorney

It is a parent’s worst nightmare to find their child has ingested a drug from which they should be protected. If the unthinkable occurs to your child, you need an experienced defective product lawyer to represent you and your child. At Thomas J. Henry, we will fight to get the compensation your child deserves for their injuries and to bring justice to negligent manufacturers. Our firm has represented children from across the United States who have been the victims of negligent pharmaceutical companies.

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