Wednesday, July 23 2014 1:03 PM EDT2014-07-23 17:03:17 GMT
Police and Lorain County 911 released the 911 call from the manager of a Oberlin-Elyria Road landfill after some employees saw a body in the trash. That body was later identified as 22-year old Cory Barron. InMore >>
Police and Lorain County 911 released the 911 call from the manager of an Oberlin-Elyria Road landfill after some employees saw a body in the trash. That body was later identified as 22-year old Cory Barron.
In the audio recording the manager calmly tells the operator what was found. More >>
There are nearly 20 reasons why the Lucas County Health Department will make a return visit to a local shop.
A follow-up inspection is needed at Lil Sheba on West Alexis Road after an initial visit on April 25 led to 19 violations. Inspectors say the person in charge at the time of the visit wasn't food safety certified. They also found a microwave splattered with food, dirt and grease build-up by the fryers and the facility's ceilings, fans and air vents in need of cleaning.
A total of 12 violations were served at the Gourmet Garden restaurant on Monroe Street. Inspectors say a screen door needs to be repaired to avoid pests from getting inside. Also, a sink wasn't stocked and raw shell eggs were being stored above produce, which is a cross contamination risk.
Six violations racked up at Biggby's on Madison Avenue. Inspectors noted a sink not draining well and damaged floor tiles. Another inspection is scheduled to ensure paper towels are stocked at a sink.
Each year, 1 in 6 Americans gets sick by consuming contaminated foods or beverages, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.