The New York City subway still hasn't solved its bedbug problem, as yet another train was taken out of service yesterday due to unwanted passengers.
According to the Daily Intelligencer, the MTA suspended service on an N train headed to Coney Island after a conductor asked for medical attention after being bitten by one of the pests. An inspection revealed even more bedbugs, and the New York Daily News reports that they've been seen on "N, Q and No. 6" trains since Friday.
This comes after service was stopped on three N trains earlier this month due to unwelcome encounters with bedbugs. The MTA has remained quiet on this most recent incident so far.
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