West Nile Continues to Take Toll on Park Cities
This past month, I’ve saved every email I’ve received from Dallas Health and Human Services. They send out a daily media update on West Nile, and send a special one whenever someone dies from the virus. The seventh death was just reported a few minutes ago, a Seagoville-area resident.
In one week of emails — seven days! — the number of cases has climbed from 94 to 130. Highland Park now has three West Nile-positive residents, and 75225 (the parts that fall in both University Park and Dallas) has six confirmed cases.
Seriously folks, keep slathering on that bug spray.
3 thoughts on “West Nile Continues to Take Toll on Park Cities”
UP claims they spray weekly, but the little buggers are getting thicker around Burleson Park by the week. We can’t use the park for tennis till September or spraying gets more efficient.
We also live near Burleson Park and recently sprayed Cutter yard spray (via yard hose) in our front and back yards. We have re-claimed our ability to sit by the pool and we can now open the front door without finding our
guests eaten alive by mosquitos! i suggest we all do our best to tend to our yards and maybe it will help the neighborhood!
Thumbs up to the Cutter yard spray. That stuff works!