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first_imgAn E. coli outbreak linked to raw milk from a farm near Wilsonville has sickened 18 people, including a Clark County child.Oregon Public Health officials have confirmed five cases of E. coli, all in children younger than 15 years old. Four of the children have been hospitalized, three with acute kidney failure, a complication associated with E. coli, according to health officials.Thirteen other people have reported having diarrhea, but the cases haven’t been lab-confirmed as E. coli. All of the sickened people consumed raw unpasteurized milk from Foundation Farm in Clackamas County, according to Oregon health officials.A Clark County boy who is younger than 11 is among those who became ill after consuming the milk, said Dr. Alan Melnick, Clark County Health Officer. Melnick didn’t provide more specific information about the boy in order to protect his identity.The boy had diarrhea and other symptoms consistent with E. coli. Those symptoms have since resolved, Melnick said.The local lab found the boy tested positive for E. coli. The state lab is confirming those results, Melnick said.The other children and adult who were sickened live in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties in Oregon.Oregon health officials announced Tuesday that samples taken from Foundation Farm cows, manure and surfaces, as well as raw milk from a farm customer, were positive for E. coli O157:H7.The dairy distributed milk to 48 families that were part of a herd-share program in which people contract to take ownership of a portion of a herd or individual animals, according to Oregon Public Health.last_img read more