Health officials announced Wednesday that a Mesa County resident is one of seven people in Colorado that has salmonella that could be linked to recalled frozen pot pies.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is urging residents to check their freezers for ConAgra pot pies.
The tainted pot pies were sold in Grand Junction under the brand names Albertsons, Banquet, Great Value and Kroger.
Two cases of salmonella have been reported in Adams County, two in El Paso County and one each in Jefferson, Weld and Mesa Counties. Two people are known to have eaten the recalled pot pies but officials are still waiting for word on the other cases.
If you have any of the recalled pot pies you're asked to throw them away or take them back for a refund.
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