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Cockroach found in Dededo student's meal

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - King's Restaurant confirms a small cockroach was found in one of their meals at Maria Ulloa Elementary School in Dededo this week. King's spokesperson Joe Sicad says they can't confirm how the cockroach got in the student's meal. He says they are taking the matter very seriously and called upon their pest control contractor to initiate immediate action to prevent further occurrences and are examining other corrective measures that may need to be taken.

King's is also taking a campus wide approach to develop practical and effective procedures to control pest infestation. In the meantime, DOE Superintendent Dr. Nerissa Bretania Underwood says Public Health inspected the campus cafeteria today, and was given an "A" rating.

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