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September 24, 2006

The issue: The Sept. 13 death of June E. Dunning, 86, of Hagerstown, from E. coli is being studied for a possible link to a nationwide outbreak caused by tainted fresh spinach. Dunning had eaten bagged spinach three times before she was hospitalized, her family said.

What happened: Dunning's daughter and son-in-law, Corinne and Warren Swartz, held a press conference in their living room on Saturday to answer media questions.

What's next: Test results on a tissue sample from Dunning and leftover spinach are expected within several days.

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