A poultry farmer whose contaminated eggs caused a Salmonella outbreak at a Birmingham, UK hospital has been arrested over the death of a man in Austria.
The same source of Salmonella is blamed for the death of a 75-year-old man.
Factory owner Stefan Pohlman is in custody accused of grievous bodily harm causing death, said a German lawyer.
The salmonella outbreak at Heartlands Hospital between 25 May and 18 June 2014, saw 32 staff and patients infected.
A report found it directly caused the death of one patient.
It played a part in other deaths because inadequately equipped wards, unmonitored food preparation and poor cleaning helped it spread, the report stated.