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Contaminated IV bags may be at the root of nine deaths that occurred in six Alabama hospitals according to state health officials.

Nineteen people in area hospitals were diagnosed with bacteria, identified as serratia marcescens bacteremia, which can prove fatal.

Nine of them died and officials believe the bacteria got into their blood after they were fed intravenously.

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