PITTSBURGH - Bed bugs have been found in one residence hall on Carlow University’s Pittsburgh campus, a spokesman for the university said Tuesday.
According to Carlow University Director of Media Relations Drew Wilson, a bug-detecting dog was brought in last week to inspect every floor of Frances Warde Hall after two rooms were suspected of having bed bugs.
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The dog confirmed the problem in the initial two rooms and detected a positive result in two more rooms plus an adjacent lounge area, which were all on the same floor. The residence hall has a total of 200 rooms.
Wilson said the initial two rooms received two treatments last week, while the other three rooms had a treatment last week and will receive a second treatment Tuesday.