635491848274902730-JenniOOfficials are trying to figure out what made a couple dozen workers at the main Jennie-O/Turkey Store plant in Willmar sick last night. Willmar Fire Chief Gary Hendrickson says the first employee was reported ill about 7:16 p.m….Brad Hanson with Willmar Ambulance Service says when they arrived they found employees exiting the building and displaying nausea, vomiting and coughing. 3 ambulances from Willmar, 1 from Kerkhoven, 2 from Raymond and one each from Atwater and New London were dispatched, and crews from Willmar Fire and Police, Kandiyohi HEAT and rescue triaged 28 patients in a bus sent from Willmar Bus Service and 21 were sent to Rice Memorial Hospital. Rice officials say a total of 24 patients were treated in the Emergency Room. A team of doctors evaluated them for potential chemical exposure, and the team consulted with Poison Control and the Minnesota Department of Health. All but one was treated and released, and that patient is in stable condition. Another Jennie-O worker got sick at the nearby Holiday Gas Station and was also taken to Rice. Hendrickson says they tested the air in the plant for ammonia, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide but came up with nothing. He says company officials continue to investigate… More