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Bedbugs found their way onto three N trains recently.

Bedbugs were found on three N trains in the past week, the MTA confirmed.

Some of the critters were discovered in seat cushions in train cabs used by conductors and motormen, the New York Daily News reported.

Two trains were taken out of service on Sunday following the discovery and a third on Tuesday.

The MTA said the bedbugs have been exterminated.

 

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