SAN ANTONIO -- A local college student concerned about bed bugs contacted News 4 earlier this month. She didn't want to reveal her identity, but said the bed bugs were making their way inside the dorm rooms at Saint Mary's University.
At the time, a university spokesperson told News 4 the bed bugs were in three rooms in one dormitory. The university said they would take care of the problem and remove the sound walls or noise barriers from the affected rooms.
We're happy to report the rooms are now bed bug free. The university told News 4 the issue has been resolved.
The concerned college student told News 4 Monday afternoon she, "feels better, and things have definitely settled down".
Meanwhile, a man living on the northwest side also had an issue, calling the roads in his neighborhood dangerous.
Michael Guajardo lives off the 7100 block of Oak Lawn near Fredericksburg Road. He says people speed down his curved street and at night it's really dark.
Recently, a driver crashed into a fire hydrant on Oak Lawn Drive. There was another recent accident near Guajardo's street on Fredericksburg Road, where a driver knocked down several utility lines and a street light. The utility lines have already been removed from the accident scene and a new fire hydrant has already been installed down Guajardo's street.
The city was pulling accident reports from Guajardo's neighborhood Monday, looking into what's going on.
CPS energy said they are working to install new lights down Oak Lawn Drive.
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