A swarm of aggressive bees attacked a town in Northern California. Despite spraying, the bees are relentless.
"My God, my me right in the eye!" said Mike malli, a resident of the city when he was stung. And on Hitchcock road in Concord, everyone has felt the sting of bees - more than once. "I was bitten 6, 7, 8, 9 (again)," said mally, as he was stung again. "Now, Oh, 10 times."
Police received the first calls about aggressive bee on Friday. And then the situation has only worsened.
It is believed that insects are so-called killer bees that have taken over the usual hive of honeybees in the backyard of an Amateur beekeeper.
Insects to death bitten 2 dogs and naali people, including the mailman Melissa Wisner.
"They got tangled in my hair, flying over my head, I ran and shouted" she said.
CBS News talked online with a professional beekeeper Norman bottom, which helps to rid the neighborhood of the bees. He said that he had never seen anything like it.
"This is a new situation with which we are dealing," he said.
The police had banned pedestrians from the area to go out where the majority of attacks, while beekeepers are working to exterminate the bees.
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