At Barton Elementary school in Lake Worth, when the dismissal bell rings, you better watch out for the rushing crowd of excited students. Turns out, you also better watch out if you're entering the school cafeteria. It failed its health inspections three times over the past two years. "That's not good," said grandparent Isabella Josey. At Turning Point Academy in West Palm Beach, what health inspectors found alarmed food safety expert Ada Solorzano. "The sanitary conditions must be horrible. That's terrible," she said. The Contact 5 Investigators poured through thousands of school cafeteria reports to uncover the good, the bad and what health inspectors dubbed, "unfit for human consumption." These are the inspection documents for SOME cafeteria inspections completed at Martin County schools. Read more: http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/local_news/investigations/vermin-mold-among-risky-issues-in-school-cafeterias#ixzz1nF8kWGDR
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