New information tonight on the nationwide salmonella outbreak that caused hundreds to get sick, health officials say they've had a key breakthrough. Authorities have linked the salmonella strain to a second farm in Mexico where it was found in irrigation water and a Serrano pepper. Today health officials were grilled on capitol hill about why their original investigation blamed tomatoes. They insisted tomatoes still cannot be ruled out and it's possible the outbreak was caused by more then one kind of produce.
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