ST. LOUIS — Relatives of a 58-year-old Missouri park worker who died of complications from the tick-borne Bourbon virus want to warn the public about the illness. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that after Tamela Wilson had worked at Meramec State Park, which is located about 60 miles southwest of St. Louis, near the town...
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