Bed bugs at Jamestown EMS station force Berkeley Co. crews to relocate

Berkeley County EMS Ambulances (WCIV)

Bed bugs at the Jamestown EMS station (Medic 6) have forced Berkeley County crews to temporarily relocate, according the Berkeley County officials

Despite several treatment, officials say the bugs have resurfaced, causing ambulance and EMS crews to relocate elsewhere in the Jamestown area while the problem is dealt with.

Officials say Berkeley County is committed to finding a long-term solution, and do not expect EMS services to be impacted by the relocation.

ABC News 4 is waiting for officials to answer questions regarding who is handing the problem, and how they are treating the bugs.

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