A nationwide salmonella outbreak in Southern California has spread to eight other states.
There are 31 cases in Southern California; mostly in the Los Angeles and San Diego areas most people ate sushi with raw tuna.
The patients range from a baby to an 83 years old.
Health investigators are trying to find the source; they have identified five clusters where sickened people ate from the same places.
Symptoms include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps and death if not treated.
31 people in SoCal sickened by tuna in salmonella outbreak