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Bed Bugs Found in Central Maine Medical Center

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One of Central Maine Medical Center's surgical units in Lewiston was closed this month after a patient was found to have bed bugs.

| October 18, 2010

LEWISTON - One of Central Maine Medical Center's surgical units in Lewiston was closed this month after a patient was found to have bed bugs.

The patient was cleaned and all patients on that medical surgical unit were moved on October 8th to another part of the hospital, said a C.M.M.C. spokesperson.

C.M.M.C. custodial staff worked with an outside pest control agency to fumigate the floor.

Source: www.wabi.tv

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