October 27, 2011 by staff
Chandler resident Erin Carr-Jordan has been a national crusade to clean fast food play areas, claiming that pathogens found in them at risk the health of children. She is also an instructor at Arizona State University.
Jordan Carr told The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/s9T4Gb) believes that the incident led to the lawyer’s letter that has occurred during one of her repeated visits to a McDonald Gilbert. Jordan Carr-antibiotic-resistant staph found claims or MRSA, known to cause potentially fatal infections in PlayPlace the restaurant.
A spokesman for McDonald’s in Illinois says the company has and will continue talking with Carr and Jordan, in an effort to address their concerns, but added that recent actions by Carr and Jordan have become detrimental to their employees and customers .
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