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Intel Briefing – May 2013

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Montgomery County water main break not detected by monitoring equipment.
An investigation into a mid-March water main break in Chevy Chase led water commission officials to state that their monitoring system was not extensive enough to warn them prior to the large water main break. They also found that an inspector misjudged the severity of the problem, which let the situation worsen until the main exploded.

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Fears of E. coli-tainted meat in schools spreads after tainted samples found in Texas home.
Rich Products Corp. estimated that about 3 million pounds of certain frozen Farm Rich and Market Day products recalled for possible E. coli contamination may still be in the marketplace and approximately 300,000 pounds may have ended up in school lunchrooms.

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Three Fargo men arrested in connection with Moorhead copper theft.
Authorities received a tip from a citizen that allowed them to identify a vehicle suspected of hauling copper wire stolen from Rick Electric Inc. in Moorehead, leading to the arrests of three Fargo men. Authorities did not believe that the suspects were connected to a large copper theft on the weekend of April 6-7.

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Deceased Ark. dentist may have exposed patients to infections.
The Arkansas Department of Health contacted 74 patients that may have received tainted IV drugs from a doctor that used contaminated vials of IV sedation medication. The doctor, who passed in February
2012, treated patients at several clinics around Arkansas.

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