Parents want D.C. school sanitized after student's death

Feb. 27, 2008
Sixth grade student in Washington, D.C., school may have died from staph infection

Some parents at Bunker Hill Elementary School in Washington, D.C., are demanding that the city health department sanitize the building for possible staph contamination after the death earlier this month of a sixth-grade girl. City health officials stressed say there is no contamination in the building and that students are not at risk.

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