posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 08:29 PM
The following was reported by the, East Valley Tribun.
Five emergency calls in five hours were enough to prompt fire officials here to put out word that bee season has arrived, and that it could be a busy
one after a wet winter.
Bees swarm in the spring as groups break away from overcrowded colonies, often setting up hives in places that bring them in contact with people.
That’s no small issue with aggressive Africanized honeybees established around Arizona.
“When you run into bees and there’s an actual attack, immediately call 911. Do not delay,” said Hugh Chase, a public information officer with
the Phoenix Fire Department.
We also have this report:
He was brought down by killer bees, and in an interview with News 3's Steve Crupi, the victim's family is sending out a plea for medical help.
Lesli Young is the sister of the bee attack victim. Wednesday night, she appeared with other family friends and relatives outside of St. Rose Siena
Hospital to discuss her brother's condition after he inadvertently stirred up nature's fury using heavy equipment to move a boulder.
"The bees did attack. There were too many and he was brought down. He has received aggressive rehydration techniques (and is) currently in critical
Thousands of bees were part of the swarm. Witnesses say the victim's body was covered in a solid mass of bees during the attack. His body has
absorbed so much toxin that his family is worried that local doctors aren't sure what to do next.
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[edit on 28-3-2009 by tsrk30]