The Tennessee Department of Health says six people in Tennessee have become sick as a result of salmonella, which has been traced back to cantaloupes grown somewhere in southern Indiana.
The outbreak has killed two people in Kentucky. In addition, at least 50 Kentuckians and 14 Hoosiers have fallen ill.
In total, 150 people have reported symptoms of salmonella. Health officials are still working to pinpoint the source of the outbreak.