LAS VEGAS, Nevada, (April 30, 2013) – According to an article today in The Las Vegas Sun, a popular restaurant, the Firefly, located a block from the strip, closed down while health officials are determining the cause of a food poisoning outbreak that left 30 people ill. Ten of those thirty people sought medical attention. Firefly is one of Las Vegas’ best restaurants and had been open over a decade. It is highly rated on Yelp.com and is commonly given good reviews as well as a grade “A” from the health department. Of course all this was before the outbreak. Victims named diahrrea, vomiting, and dizziness among the symptoms suffered. It is still unclear what caused the food poisoning and Firefly can’t reopen until health inspectors approve it to do so. The owners are currently meeting with a team of health supervisors to discuss the problems that may have led to the poisoning.
“It is shocking that so many people could be poisoned at such a reputable restaurant, especially since it was given an “A” grade,” states West Seegmiller, founder of The Seegmiller Law Firm.
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