Flu forces 2 area schools to close-WEB ONLY

More than 1,000 Indianapolis children have a week-long reprieve from school amid concerns of a potential flu outbreak. Spring Mill Elementary and IPS School 60 will remain closed for the next week. On Friday, health officials announced that one student at each school had tested positive for H1N1 Influenza A, better known as swine flu. Those students are said to be at home and in good health.

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