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Re: roaches


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:06:58 1/15/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: roaches posted by Kathleen on 14:05:21 1/14/2012 from 76.253.61.198:

Probably only if the trailers are attached in some way.

REAL roaches (german roaches) are the ones associated with man and cannot live outside. Too many other predators; ants, spiders and other predatory insects.

However, if you had a SEVERELY infested trailer very close to another trailer, and there was a fire in the infested one, there might be a chance that escaping roaches could find that other trailer - possible, but certainly not very probable.

You would be more at risk if someone from that infested trailer came over to visit you and brought a few roaches over to your trailer, in, say, a pocketbook or other infested item.

Does that help?

---John



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