Contributed by Loren H
Description: Food Poisoning At Hillsboro Church
Date: June 26 1928
Source: my granary
More than 50 persons were taken ill after a dinner which followed the laying of the corner stone of St Aloysius's church in Hillsboro. A number were seriously ill and for a time fatalities were feared. While the cuase of the illness has not been determined, it is believed to have been due to ptomaine poisoning.
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