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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- The daily special is no longer bloody chicken at a Logan Chinese restaurant.
Royal Express was shut down by authorities for having that item ready to be served.
Health inspectors say the restaurant left chicken and beef to thaw on a counter for more than three hours.
They also say cooks were preparing "bloody" chicken for serving.
During two visits this week, an inspector logged 10 violations in all, including eight called critical for public health.
Authorities shut down the restaurant for two days this week.
Royal Express manager Kanako Arnold apologized for the infractions and says he'll keep a close eye on the cooks from now on.
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