Mosquitoes Invading Homes at Night in NYC's Upper West Side

Posted on November 4, 2011

CBS reports that mosquitoes from the sewers are invading homes at night in the Upper West Side of New York City. The invaded residents say they feel invaded and the city is not helping. The residents are covering every entry with a mesh. Residents are also sleeping with mosquito netting around their beds. The mosquito thriving in the New York City sewers is the Culex Pipiens Molestus mosquito. 7-year-old Gracie told CBS, "All on the walls there are mosquitoes and blood." Take a look:

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