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Las Vegas Firefighters Claim Station Infested with Bed Bugs

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Las Vegas firefighters say that their fire station is infested with bed bugs and their complaints to the county have fallen on deaf ears, KTNV reports.

| April 4, 2013

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas firefighters say that their fire station is infested with bed bugs and their complaints to the county have fallen on deaf ears, KTNV reports.

Clark County officials are investigating reports that there might be bed bugs inside Fire Station 20. But firefighters who work at the station on Judson Avenue in Sunrise Manor say that there is no doubt about it. They say they have been bitten by the bugs and have been battling the problem for weeks.

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Source: KTNV.com


 

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