MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The library in downtown Duluth received an emergency overnight treatment after bedbugs were discovered there this week.
According to the CBS affiliate in Duluth, staffers found a bedbug on the library’s first level.
An inspection by pest control ultimately revealed more bedbugs, prompting crews to treat all three levels of the library after hours Wednesday night.
Library staffers told KDLH that this is the first time in recent years that bedbugs have been found at that location.
Fact sheets have been made available for library patrons at the front desk for anyone who had any concerns about bedbugs or how they were treated.
Two more treatments are scheduled over the next two weeks.