A second person who was testified for Hepatitis A in connection with a restaurant in Hamilton Township, New Jersey has turned not to have the disease, officials said Thursday.
A Hepatitis A vaccination clinic has been set up in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, following an outbreak at a restaurant.
Authorities have determined that a second child who attended a New Jersey preschool where a child died of enterovirus D68 did not have the respiratory illness.
Preschooler Eli Waller, who attended Yardville Elementary School in Hamilton, died at home on Sept. 28.
Authorities said the crash happened in a wooded area of Hamilton Township, about five miles west of the airport and near the Atlantic City Expressway.
The South Jersey Transportation Authority on Wednesday approved the $500,000 a year payment under the 15-year agreement, which takes effect on July 1.
Sgt. Brian Polite said one passenger was being treated for a minor hip injury, while the rest suffered bumps and bruises and were taken to hospitals as a precaution.
Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel said the remains were collected by the county medical examiner’s office and will be sent to forensic anthropologists for further examination and testing.
State lawmakers in both the Assembly and Senate are proposing legislation that would require health firms gain approval from New Jersey’s Department of Banking and Insurance before raising rates.