USA: Statement By Sizzler, USA
Sizzler USA learned today that one of the children who fell ill from an outbreak of E-coli in Milwaukee has died. Sizzler USA Chief Executive Officer, Thomas E. Metzger, in Milwaukee assisting with the investigation in to the cause of the outbreak, has expressed profound sympathy and the heartfelt condolences of the Sizzler USA family.Mr. Metzger has also indicated that Sizzler USA resources and additional assistance will be provided in order that this child's life be memorialized.
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