Move over alligators in the sewers, we’re still talking about bed bugs in the subway!
Here’s a follow-up to last night’s post about bed bugs being found in three NYC N train subway cars this week:
If video does not appear above, click here to view it: Fox New York News
Fox News NY talked to entomologist Lou Sorkin (a Bedbugger Forums regular) about the implications of bed bugs being found in the subway crew area of several trains.
We still don’t know if any of the N train bed bugs were found in passenger areas of the subway cars, as the Fox reporter in the clip above notes.
And there’s been no suggestion so far that the MTA is going any further in looking for bed bugs in the subway, beyond investigating after bed bugs are found.
I guess that means, “if you see something, say something.” But we know you would.
If the city really wants to help curb the spread of bed bugs, teaching employees to look for them (and what to do if they’re found) is a great idea. And an inexpensive one. And we know just the guy to do it.