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A Minnesota woman and her son have filed a lawsuit against Taco John’s after they became ill after eating food tainted with E. coli from the restaurant last year.

The lawsuit was the first of its kind in Minnesota related to the infection of at least 33 state residents who became ill in November and December after eating at Taco John’s restaurants, according to the company and the lawyer who brought the case.

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