Tap water in New Zealand town causes hundreds to fall ill

Two people are in a critical condition and hundreds more are ill after drinking tainted tap water in a small town in northern New Zealand.

At least 18 people were hospitalized in Havelock North town, officials say.

They tested positive for campylobacter bacteria, the most common cause of food poisoning. The bacteria is usually spread by animal feces.

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