- Associated Press - Friday, October 14, 2016

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - School officials have identified mold in three classrooms of a Wilmington elementary school.

Media outlets report that mold was recently found in Pulaski Elementary School. Air quality tests began Wednesday and will conclude Friday.

Ed Mayfield, assistant to the superintendent of Christina School District, says the three rooms have been vacuumed with special filters and washed with an anti-bacterial solution. Environmental experts are on site to determine if problems exist in any other part of the building.

The affected classrooms are not being used by students and staff.

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