Bed Bug Infestation at Fire Station

Bed Bug Infestation at Fire Station

Local firefighters in Bellefontaine, Ohio are frustrated when their station experiences an outbreak of bed bugs.

The fire station is currently working on eradicating the problem after they found them in the bunkroom at the fire station. Currently the fire station is borrowings heaters and using chemical treatments working towards killing the bugs.

In order to prevent the firefighters from taking home any bed bugs with them they are keeping their clothes in sealed containers.

Currently the firefighters are sleeping in recliners while the station deals with the frustrating problem. As of now there are no signs of bugs spreading to any firefighters or patients’ homes.

The station will continue to monitor and work towards getting rid of the bed bugs.

Have you ever had bed bugs?

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