The amount of affected people has climbed to 10, including Martin Galindo-Larios Jr.—a 37-year-old married father of two according to CBS News.
Botulism is a pretty rare type of food poisoning that is marked by symptoms including paralysis, breathing difficulty and sometimes death. In fact, often times victims require time on ventilators.
Family members told CBS that Martin was on a ventilator after falling into a coma. Tests confirmed botulism in the nacho cheese dip that was removed from Valley Oak Fuel and Food on May 5.
Gehl foods, a Wisconsin-based company, distributed the cheese and is working with health officials to determine the cause of contamination.