West Nile virus found in L.A. Co. bugs, birds

LOS ANGELES The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District said two infected mosquito samples were collected from /*Woodland Hills*/ and /*Pico Rivera*/ and two dead virus-infected birds were found in /*Hacienda Heights*/ and /*Winnetka*/.

In the state of California alone, there have been 45 human cases of the potentially deadly virus in 2010 so far.

Mosquito bites are the most common rote of infection.

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