KDAF TV Dallas reports that Hannah Fielding and Jacqueline Peterson in May went on a European vacation that took them to Prague, Vienna and Nuremburg, Germany where at the train station–they day before they came home–they ate a meal of pasta, chicken, rice and several vegetables.

Sure enough–Jacqueline tested positive for E. coli while Hannah is waiting for her final results. Dr. Alaidroos said Jacqueline may be the first person identified in the United States with the particular toxin circulating in Germany.

“All I got for a souvenir was this E. coli,” Hannah said with a laugh.