Health inspectors temporarily closed a grocery store in Glen Park on Wednesday after finding signs of rodent infestation that the store owner blamed on a neighborhood-wide rat problem.
A Public Health Department inspection of Canyon Market found rat droppings on food, vermin nesting holes and other evidence of a “severe rodent infestation,” according to a report obtained by The Chronicle. A complaint to 311 triggered the inspection.
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