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Rochester country club being sued by Seattle firm

A Seattle, Washington law firm has announced plans to sue a Rochester-area country club over illnesses suffered by several people last year.

(Rochester-AP) -- The lawsuit stems from a number of people who contracted salmonella poisoning at the Brook-Lea Country Club during June and July 2002.

Attorney Marler Clark, and representatives from Brook-Lea's insurance company, had previous meetings in an attempt to settle the matter out-of-court.

But according to Clark, no agreement was reached. Thus his firm decided to take legal action. Clark said his firm will represent 70 victims of the salmonella outbreak.

More on this outbreak: Brook-Lea Salmonella Outbreak

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