West High School Campus Reopens After Bed Bugs Cleaned Out
DENVER (AP) — A Denver high school has reopened after bed bugs were cleaned out of a classroom.
West High School opened Wednesday after three of the bugs were discovered last week, and exterminators were called in to finish the job.
A follow-up inspection determined that the campus was not infested.
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