Bedbugs seen at Clay High School, building being treated

Bedbugs are seen in a container from the lab at the National Pest Management Association, during the National Bed Bug Summit in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

There have been recent bedbug sightings at Clay High School.

The building was treated during the weekend to keep the bedbugs from spreading, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

Late last week, the school district issued a statement, saying if a report of any type of bug is made in the building, they make sure to inspect those areas thoroughly and treat as necessary.

The statement also said with the large volume of people coming and going, public buildings are susceptible to bedbugs and other types of pests.

Read the original story from ABC 57.

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1 comment

La Porte Resident March 4, 2019 at 7:00 pm

I would like to know how they’re treated in a home, I had a few and an exterminator charged me close to $2000.00 for treatment, I think the exterminator is only using bombs and that don’t work. If so I’m being ripped off, I better not find out…


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