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Jury finds for victims of salmonella outbreak at IHOP

In a lawsuit that stems from three separate salmonella outbreaks that sickened the patrons of the International House of Pancakes in Amarillo starting in June 2008, a jury in Potter County's 320th District Court ordered the restaurant to pay a total of $1.4M ($140,000 for each of the 10 plaintiffs). Other parties in the case have settled nearly half of the complaints listed in the original petition before trial. The suit, filed in May 2010, included 24 IHOP patrons. The settlement amounts remain confidential.  Bobby Cervantes, Amarillo Globe-News  08/25/2011
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