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Bedbugs: See a map of the addresses of all bedbug complaints made to the city in 2010

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Denver's bedbug infestation has been called one of the worst in the country. But is that true? As explained in this week's cover story, "Bug Bedlam," it's tough to tell, since the city doesn't track bedbug infestations. But it does take complaints about them through the Department of Environmental Health. Page down for a map showing addresses of all bedbug complaints in 2010. Note: Just because a complaint was made doesn't mean it was founded.

For more explanation and to see a list of the actual addresses, click "View Denver Bedbug Complaints in 2010 in a larger map."

View Denver Bedbug Complaints in 2010 in a larger map

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