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Bed Bugs Return to L.A. County

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L.A. County Health officials, federal health officials and pest control experts say a bed bug infestation has returned to L.A. County.

| August 10, 2010

LOS ANGELES — L.A. County Health officials, federal health officials and pest control experts say a bed bug infestation has returned to L.A. County.

Both apartment dwellers and homeowners report being attacked by the blood sucking parasites.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, a bed bug outbreak earlier this year was thought to have been under control.

However, pest control workers report a ten-fold increase in bed bug calls.

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Source: KTLA

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