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More than 150 Fargo jail inmates sickened, possibly from food

Cass County officials say the prisoners began showing flu-like symptoms after their Sunday evening meal of turkey chili casserole, cornbread and cookies.
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Cass County officials say the prisoners began showing flu-like symptoms after their Sunday evening meal of turkey chili casserole, cornbread and cookies.

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