Yesterday, our Melanie Asmar wrote about the closure of West High School until Wednesday following the discovery of bedbugs in a classroom. Asmar, the author of a feature article on bedbugs, asked our readers if the incident suggests a wider bedbug problem in Denver, and here's one of the uncomfortable responses we received.
Chris Halley writes:
Lutheran medical center can't go through an entire week without getting a patient or two, coming in with bed bugs. It's sickening.
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
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