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Bed Bugs Seen at Riley Hospital for Children, BedBugControl911.com Suggests Safe Bed Bug Spray to Solve the Problem

March 27, 2012

Second case of bed bugs was reported at Riley Hospital for Children. BedBugControl911.com suggested the use of pesticide-exempt bed bug spray for a safe bed bug treatment.

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) March 27, 2012

Bed bugs were sighted again in Riley Hospital for Children in Indiana. That’s according to a report from Fox43.com. The website stated that this was the second bed bug case reported in the said children hospital in just a month’s time.

The said second bed bug sighting was reported by Veronica Young, a mother of an 11-year-old patient. The boy was said admitted at the 9th floor of the west wing of the hospital. She claimed that after visiting her child, she and her daughter brought home the pests. The aunt of the boy also added that she had been bitten by bed bugs on her shoulder and neck when she visited her nephew.

The first bed bug case in Riley Hospital for Children happened just last February based on the report. A father of a newborn baby girl saw the pest on his arm. He brought it to the attention of the staff. Nonetheless, he added that he was told to find the bug first before any action can be taken.

Read more about Bed Bugs Sighted the Second Time at Riley Hospital for Children from BedBugControl911.com

Hospitals are supposed to help you care for your general well-being. However, if there are bed bugs in them, they can give you more problems than help. For a number of patients and visitors in Riley Hospital for Children, that is exactly the case.

For the second time after just a month, a bed bug case was reported again in the said children hospital in Indiana. Veronica Young, a mother of an 11-year old Riley Hospital patient, said that she noticed the bugs but didn’t mind them. However, after they got home, it was stated that her daughter saw the pests in their hospital bag and had to immediately get it out of the house.

The first bed bug sighting in the mentioned children hospital happened last February. According to a report, a father of a newborn baby girl saw the pests crawling in his arm. However, he said that he got a hard time convincing the staff about the pests’ presence. He added that they would not do anything until the bug is captured.

Read more about Bed Bugs Found at Riley Hospital for Children the Second Time

Another case of bed bugs has reported at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. It’s the second reported case in about a month’s time.

Veronica Young´s 11-month-old son, Roy, spent more a week in the hospital on the 9th floor of the west wing.

“I noticed it but didn’t think anything of it,” said Young.

Jasmine Allen came to visit her nephew while he was in the hospital.

“At the hospital I had bite marks all on my shoulder up to my neck,” said Allen.

Young´s daughter was the one who actually saw the bugs. When they got home, Allen said the bugs were in their hospital bag.

Read more about Second Bed Bug Sighting at Riley Children Hospital at: http://www.bedbugcontrol911.com/270/bed-bugs-riley-hospital-children/


There is no more place safe from bed bug infestation, BedBugControl911.com said. And with the way bed bugs sneak in almost anywhere, indeed, it seems that is the case. However, with some steps, anybody can still protect his or her home from the pests. To do that, the site suggested that pics of bed bugs must be studied for the correct identification of the pests.

Additionally, it advised that everybody should also have a bed bug spray ready for an immediate bed bug control treatment. Nonetheless, out of all the bed bug sprays, it recommended only the use of a pesticide-exempt solution for a treatment that is safe apart from easy and effective.

Get a free pesticide-exempt bed bug spray today. Go to http://www.bedbugcontrol911.com for a complimentary sample.

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