NORTH CAROLINA -- One person is dead following a salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey.

  • The CDC reports five to eight cases of the outbreak have been reported in North Carolina.
  • 164 people have gotten sick across the country since July.
  • The CDC says the outbreak strain has been found in both live turkeys and many kinds of raw turkey products.

The CDC reports five to eight cases of the outbreak have been reported in North Carolina.

164 people have gotten sick across the country since July.

The CDC says the outbreak strain has been found in both live turkeys and many kinds of raw turkey products.

The symptoms usually develop about 12 to 72 hours after being exposed to the bacteria, and last four to seven days.