CLEVELAND COUNTY, N.C. - On Saturday night health officials are continuing to interview people who ate Salmonella-tainted barbecue from a Shelby Church.
Cleveland County officials told Eyewitness News that 71 people were sickened and that number could climb.
Thirteen of those people were hospitalized.
The outbreak has been linked to a fundraiser at Sandy Plains Baptist Church on Sept. 7.
The church sold 5,000 plates.
71 sickened from salmonella connected to church fundraiser
Boy found with dead chicken around his neck sues former foster mother
Teen charged in shooting death of Caldwell County man
7-year-old girl killed after Salisbury home sprayed with bullets, police say
Pair accused of assaulting Indian Trail Walmart greeter with stun gun