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‘Killer Bees’ In Alpine Attack Gardener & Bee Removal Crew

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A gardener working near Alpine Blvd. & Arnold Way was attacked by 40,000 bees around 10 a.m. on Wednesday. The bees were believed to be Africanized ‘killer’ honeybees because of their aggressive attack on the victim.

The patient was transported to a local hospital to be treated for multiple bee stings from the bees that were nesting in an eave directly above where the gardener was working. A second hive was found in an oak tree close by.

When Alpine firefighters arrived to the scene, the bees continued their aggressive attacks on the fire officials resulting in closing off the area and contacting the property owner, who contacted a local bee removal company to exterminate the hive.

The bee removal specialists reported the noise from the gardener’s weed eater probably disturbed the bees causing the initial bee attack in Alpine.

Bee attacks are common in San Diego County & 80% of the bee population here is made up of the more aggressive honeybee: Africanized honeybee.

During the bee swarming season, usually in Spring & Summer, San Diego County residents are encouraged to look out for bee activity & to stay away from all bee swarms.

Pro Pacific Bee Removal can assist you in getting rid of hives & keeping swarms off your property. If you notice any bee activity on your property this summer – Call us immediately to prevent injuries.

We service Alpine & San Diego County to provide effective bee removal solutions to you & your family.

 

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2 Responses to “‘Killer Bees’ In Alpine Attack Gardener & Bee Removal Crew”

  1. James Alberton says:

    How do you remove the bees? Are you aware of colony colapse disorder? The UN say’s it’s a global problem

  2. jdroach says:

    We have multiple methods to controlling bees on residential & commercial properties. Live bee removal service is an option always encouraged to keep the bees alive but it’s not always possible in each situation.

    Biologists have not singled out a specific cause for Colony Collapse Disorder. In fact, many believe there are multiple cause for the epidemic.

    Offering & encouraging live bee removal services will help preserve the honeybee population.