N train cars fumigated after bedbugs found

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NEW YORK (AP) — Bedbugs found crawling on three subway trains this week have been exterminated, New York City transit officials said.

All the bedbugs were found on the N line.

The Daily News reports that two trains were taken out of service on Sunday after the bugs were found on board some cars. A third N train was found to have bedbugs on Tuesday.

A MTA spokesman says the trains have been fumigated.


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