Los Fresnos Family Attacked by Swarm of Bees
LOS FRESNOS – The Brownsville Fire Department is warning residents about bee safety after a family was attacked.
A Los Fresnos family is now afraid to stay in their home after a swarm of bees got inside.
“We were having breakfast. My son ran inside and all the bees followed. My grandson then went to grab the dogs because they were all being attacked,” explains Lonor Losoya.
Brownsville Assistant Fire Chief Mario Guerrero says bees are now a common problem throughout Cameron County.
The department advises to run away and seek shelter if confronted by a swarm of bees, and if you’re stung, contact 9-1-1.
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