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Fraternity Buying Bed Bug Insurance Policy

Fearing the costs of combating bed bugs, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln fraternity is taking out insurance against an infestation.

| February 23, 2012

LINCOLN, Neb. — Fearing the costs of combatting bedbugs, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln fraternity is taking out insurance against an infestation.

Omaha television station KMTV reports that Sigma Phi Epsilon apparently doesn't have a problem yet. But, with more than 75 people living in the house, the pests could migrate onto the premises.

The university has been battling bedbugs for several weeks. The pests have been detected in more than 50 dorm rooms.

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Source: KMTV

 

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