infection reported at Holiday Inn Bordeaux
restaurants in Fayetteville
The Cumberland County Department of Public Health
and the N.C. Division of Public Health is asking
people who have eaten food or drank beverages at the
Holiday Inn Bordeaux at 1707 Owen Drive in
Fayetteville or its affiliated restaurants since May
1 and then developed symptoms of Salmonella within
three days to contact their local health department.
The Bladen County Department of
Public Health's phone number is 862-6900.
An investigation continues into an
outbreak of Salmonella infection reported last week
at the Holiday Inn Bordeaux, the All American Sports
Bar and Grill, and the Cafe Bordeaux. All of those
establishments get their food and beverage from the
Thursday afternoon, 44 people have reported signs
and symptoms consistent with Salmonella infection,
including eight people from out of state. Five
people have been hospitalized.
Symptoms of Salmonella infections include nausea,
vomiting and diarrhea.
"We are diligently tracking this illness in order to
determine the original source of contamination and
we need anyone who consumed food or beverages and
then became sick to contact us for an interview. We
hope to resolve this soon," Cumberland County
Department of Public Health Director Buck Wilson
Cumberland County Health Department has set up a
"Salmonella Hotline" at 910-433-3824. Cape Fear
Valley Health System has a Care Link health
education line staffed by registered nurses. Call at
615-LINK (5465) with questions about Salmonella