One person died, and at least nine fell sick after consuming infected strawberries picked at a farm in northwestern Oregon.

The Oregon Public Health Authority identified the source of the outbreak Monday as the Jaquith Strawberry Farm in Newburg, about 25 miles southwest of Portland, according to the Washingtonpost.

The person who succumbed to the infection following a kidney failure was an elderly lady from Washington County. Four people are under observation of the medics.

Health officials have declared safe, the strawberries that were sold in supermarkets after Aug. 1 south of Benton County and east of Multnomah County, the report said.