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Killer Bees Attack 70-Year-Old Woman And Her Dog

A seventy-year-old woman and her dog were recently attacked by a mob of killer bees, while taking a morning walk in a Huntington Beach park.

A witness to the bee attack called 9-1-1. Fortunately for the victims, the site of the attack was located only about one minute away from the local fire station, and the firefighters were able to get there quickly.

When they arrived on the scene, the firefighters saw that the woman was covered in bees. One of the firefighters stated, that she had so many bees in her hair it looked as though she had dreadlocks.

The bees were all over the firefighters as soon as they got out of their truck. While struggling with their own bee attacks, they pleaded with the woman to come out from behind a fence, and step closer so they could hose her down with foam to suppress the bees.

In spite of being attacked by the bees, firefighters managed to rescue the woman. She still had more than a hundred bees on her when she was loaded into the ambulance.

The victim later told reporters that doctors had to pull bees out of her ears and nose. Despite having a couple hundred new welts on her body, she and her dog are expected to survive their injuries.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is going to be a tough year and you can expect to hear many more stories like this. Some say that the winter rains and all of the blooming wildflowers, are the cause of the increase in bee activity. If you know of a bee problem around your home or place of work, call us and we’ll care of it for you. And, if you or someone else is ever attacked by bees, don’t hesitate to call 9-1-1.