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Mold causing issues in Greer Schools

August 20, 2010
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GREENVILLE, SC — Mold forced the closure of five classrooms at Greer High School on Wednes­day, and excessive mois­ture in 12 others could cause them to be closed to­day, according to WLTX-TV.
"Individuals sensitive to mold may experience aller­gic responses such as skin irritation, irritated eyes, sore throat, flu-like symp­toms, sinus congestion or respiratory problems," said district spokesman Oby Lyles.
Conditions in 12 other classrooms raised suspi­cion of possible mold growth there as well, al­though no students had complained of symptoms, the article stated.
Wet carpet in two com­puter labs was ripped up Wednesday and will be re­placed with tile, the article noted.
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