Bed bugs have been found in a sitting area at the Kansas City International Airport in Missouri. According to the Kansas City Star, the discovery was made March 28 inside Terminal B. Airport spokesman Kathleen Hefner says the infestation was on an upholstered chair in an area near several restaurants.
Hefner told the Star that the mezzanine area of the terminal was closed temporarily to clean for the bugs. She says no food prep areas were contaminated.
The affected area was reopened early on March 29 after receiving treatment, the Star reported.
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Source: Kansas City Star
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