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20 College Students in Boston Get Sick After Eating Chipotle

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Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill fell 4.7 percent in extended trading on Monday, after Boston College said students, including members of the men's basketball team, fell ill after dining at the popular burrito chain. Boston College spokesman Jack Dunn said that the students complained of gastrointestinal symptoms and the common factor among the students is that they had all eaten at the Chipotle restaurant in Boston's Cleveland Circle over the weekend.

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