Bedbugs Detected in More Nebraska University Rooms

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Bedbugs have been detected in more dorm rooms at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

A website posting from Sue Gildersleeve, the university's
housing director, says a bedbug-sniffing dog and its handler swept
Abel Hall on Sunday. Gildersleeve says bedbugs were detected in
four rooms on the ninth floor, three rooms on the eighth and one
room on the seventh floor.

She says four small areas in Abel/Sandoz hall first-floor
commons area also tested positive for bedbugs.

Bedbugs had already been detected in two other dorm rooms.

All of the areas were treated, and students were able to return
to their rooms Sunday afternoon.

Last week, the Phi Delta Theta fraternity on campus reported
experts had been called in to check a bedbug report from a member.