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Restaurant Report Card: Fast food joints part 2

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WSIL -- We're checking in again this week with more fast food joints in our region. 

In Franklin County, the Subway in both Benton and West Frankfort each lost just one point. West Frankfort's Taco Bell scored a 98. It was a pair of 97s for the Benton location of both Burger King and McDonald's and the Dairy Queen in town earned a 94.

The Jefferson County inspector didn't take away any points from Panda Express in Mt. Vernon. McDonald's in Ina and Sonic in Mt. Vernon each received a 99, Popeye's got a 98. The Subway on Broadway in Mt. Vernon also earned a 98 and the 10th Street location received a 96. KFC in Mt. Vernon a 95 and Fazoli's got an 86. Pizza was not being kept warm enough, that was a five point critical violation.

The Williamson County inspector gave both the Arby's and KFC in Marion a 95 and Hardee's of Herrin received a 93.

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