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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Kentucky Department of Public Health now says three people have tested positive for E. coli.
Two are residents of Kentucky and one is from Indiana.
Some families claim their children got sick from going to the petting zoo at Huber's. But on Wednesday, the Clark County Health Department said it investigated one of the cases and there is no link to Huber's at this point.
The Clark County Health Department on Thursday told WDRB News, it inspected food preparation because one family says they ate at Huber's. The Health Department also says it doesn't inspect animals.
More test results are expected next week to determine if the cases are linked and to help identify a source of the infection.