Bees swarm, sting at Calif. crash scene

Four Rancho Cucamonga firefighters and the two people inside a truck were stung by bees immediately after the collision


By Lori Consalvo
The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. — Swarms of bees invaded a Haven Avenue intersection for 18 hours Sunday night and Monday after a commercial truck carrying boxes of bee hives collided with another vehicle.

Employees with the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District spent Monday morning cleaning up crates and honey — and trapping the bees — left over from Sunday night's head-on collision.

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