NEW YORK (AP) - A woman in her 50s is New York City's second confirmed death linked to swine flu.
A spokeswoman for the city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene says the woman died over the weekend and had underlying health conditions.
Assistant public school principal Mitchell Wiener (WEE'-ner) became the city's first death from the virus a week ago.
The city's first outbreak of swine flu occurred about a month ago, when more than 1,000 teenagers at a Catholic high school in Queens began falling ill following the return of several students from vacations in Mexico, the epicenter of the outbreak.
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