Colorado Library Shuts Down Due to Meth Contamination

Meth contamination found in two Colorado libraries in one month

  • Officials in the Denver suburb of Englewood shut down the city library to clean up methamphetamine contamination.
  • Contamination in the library’s restrooms exceeded state thresholds, while lower levels of contamination were found in other spaces, such as on countertops.
  • The college town of Boulder also closed its main library after discovering meth contamination.
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