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Bed Bugs Turn up at San Diego's Lindbergh Field

It's an epidemic in hotels and homes across the nation: Bed bugs are making life miserable for millions of Americans.

PCT Magazine | November 19, 2010

San Diego — It's an epidemic in hotels and homes across the nation: Bed bugs are making life miserable for millions of Americans. Now the pesky little creatures have found a new home in San Diego ... at the airport.

Bed bugs love carpets, seat cushions and dark places to hide, so it's no surprise they're turning up at Lindbergh Field. The airport is doing what it can to eliminate the tiny troublemakers.

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