Howard Blume
LA Times
May 15, 2011

A dead crow in West Covina has tested positive for the West Nile virus, prompting officials to issue warnings about precautions to take against the common but potentially dangerous malady.

Dead birds are frequently the first indication that the virus has become a seasonal, potential threat to humans. The crow was found Tuesday near San Bernardino and Azusa Canyon roads, the first confirmed evidence of the virus in Los Angeles County in 2011.

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