Moapa Valley, NV (KTNV) -- Health experts now blame salmonella for making 150 people sick after they ate a potluck dinner at a church in Logandale last week, and they said the risk for infection isn't over.
"Pain, diarrhea, vomiting, then the fever hit and chills, shaking and aching all over," Kory Bodily told Action News of his condition after eating the meal.
Bodily wasn't the only one suffering in Moapa Valley. Southern Nevada Health District officials said about 150 people got sick, and about 250 were exposed.
SNHD workers still aren't sure which food was contaminated at the potluck dinner held by the Church of the Latter Day Saints on Oct. 19, but they said whatever it was sent 85 people to the hospital; the youngest of them just 7-months-old and the eldest 88.
"We have heard of people having to seek repeat care at emergency rooms because of severe dehydration," said Tami Bruno, Disease Investigator for the Southern Nevada Health District.