A second case of E. coli connected to the tainted spinach has been confirmed by the Southern Nevada Health District.
The first confirmed case of E. coli involved a 9-year-old Henderson girl. The health district has not released details on the second case.
Last week, it was confirmed that a bag of Dole baby spinach purchased in Clark County did test positive for E. coli. The spinach implicated in the current outbreak has been traced to Natural Selection Foods of San Juan Bautista, California.