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Chipotle Mexican Grill has temporarily closed a restaurant in Ohio after customers reportedly got sick after eating.

While there was no immediate indication that the episode had more leeway, worried investors were causing losses in the chain on Monday after the close. [19659018] The chain closed a site in Powell, Ohio, after customers had written online that they had experienced nausea and diarrhea after eating in recent days, according to R Euters and the Columbus Dispatch. At least ten people had reported Tuesday morning that they were ill.

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Chipotle representatives were not immediately available for comment on Tuesday mornings.

"We acted quickly and closed this particular restaurant out of excess caution and we are working with local health officials to reopen this restaurant as soon as possible," a Chipotle spokeswoman told Reuters in an email ,

Chipotle's shares fell 1.4% on Monday after the incident.

The chain is still struggling with the financial implications of the 2015 crisis, which launched a federal investigation that prompted the company to introduce new safety standards and food handling practices.

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