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A Buffalo Wild Wings flag football tournament during the BGCA All-stars event on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015 in Gilbert, Ariz. (Rick Scuteri/AP Images for Boys & Girls Clubs of America)

(Bloomberg) — Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. shares tumbled as much as 7.8% after Kansas health officials said they were investigating reports of a gastrointestinal illness that sickened at least 10 customers.

The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment began receiving the reports on Jan. 29, including some from students at the local school district in Overland Park, Kansas, where the restaurant was located. The agency, which is working with the state’s health and agriculture departments and the city of Overland Park, said on Wednesday that it was waiting on lab results.

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