Fourteen brands of bottled spring water processed at two Pennsylvania facilities have been recalled because of concerns it could be contaminated by E. coli bacteria.

Niagara Bottling has announced it is recalling all products produced at Hamburg and Allentown between June 10 and June 18.

The company said E. coli bacteria were found in one of its spring sources on June 10. The bacteria can cause illness and are a significant concern for people with weakened immune systems.

Wegmans and Price Rite are among the bottled water brands covered by the recall.

Niagara Bottling advises people not to drink any of the affected water.

The company said it has received no complaints of injury or illnesses linked to the potentially-tainted water.

Niagara Bottling said it was not notified of the possible problem by the spring source "in a timely manner." Because of that, the company said, it has discontinued the use of the source.

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