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Mar 26, 2015

09:11:05 GMT--Biological Hazard - North-America - USA

EDIS Number: BH-20150326-47494-USA

Date / time: 26/03/2015 09:10:16 [UTC]

Event: Biological Hazard

Area: North-America

Country: USA

State/County: State of California

Location: Santa Ana

Number of Deads: N/A

Number of Injured: N/A

Number of Infected: N/A

Number of Missing: N/A

Number of Affected: N/A

Number of Evacuated: N/A

Damage level: N/A


Three dogs have been killed and several people were hurt after bees attacked in two different cities. A large swarm of bees attacked three dogs in Santa Ana, Calif. on Wednesday. The dogs died from the stings. A giant bee hive was discovered in a shed nearby, but it's unclear what caused the bees to attack. In Glendale, Ariz., at least eight people were attacked by a massive swarm of bees outside of an apartment complex. One person was hospitalized. A beekeeper and several fire department crews were called in to help. They used foam to get the swarm under control. People living in the apartment complex were told to stay inside until the swarm dissipated. Local media reported a bee hive had been removed Wednesday morning, but it's unknown what caused the swarm of bees to attack in the afternoon.

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