SALMONELLA OUTBREAK: Tainted Cantaloupe To Blame For Some

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Iowa Officials say recent salmonella cases might not be linked to a national outbreak. 

Over 100 people nationwide were sickened and so far two have died from a salmonella outbreak authorities are linking to cantaloupe from Indiana. 

All of the victims in Iowa contracted the same bacteria, but so far only two of them say they ate cantaloupe. 

Iowa health officials continue to investigate the cases here to determine their cause.

All Iowans are expected to make full recoveries.