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In A Dreadful Scenario, A California Woman Was Attacked By A Multitude Of Up To 80,000 Bees On Monday While She Was Digging In The Trunk Of Her Car For A Mop Before They Attacked Her.

 After Sustaining Over 200 Bee Stings, The Middle-Aged Woman—Identified Only By Her First Name As Maria Was In A Critical Condition At Saddleback Hospital In Nearby Laguna Hills, But She Is Expected To Survive The Attack.

The Horrible Attack Took Place On The Residential 23000 Block Of Buckland Lane In Lake Forest, California, Where Maria Was Working As Part Of A Four-Person Cleaning Crew At A Home In Lake Forest, In California. While Walking Out To Her Car To Retrieve Supplies, She Passed A Bush Concealing A Huge Hive Of Persistent Africanized Bees, Which Are Nicknamed “Killer Bees” Due To Their Deadly Aggression.

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Tens Of Thousands Of Bees Engulfed Maria, To The Shock Of Onlookers, Who Called 911. Paramedics And Firefighters Who Sprayed Maria With A Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher To Partially Remove The Swarm. She Was Hardly Awake By The Time She Was Saved.

The Four Firefighters Dispatched To The Scene Were Prepared To Find A Few Stings. But They Arrived To Find Bees Still Attacking The Woman, Who Was Lying On The Ground And Screaming.

There Wasn’t Enough Time To Put On Proper Protective Wear, So They Used A Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguisher In An Effort To Drive Away The Bees.

Eventually, The Firefighters Had To Half-Carry Maria Two Blocks Away To Free Her From The Bees.

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“She Was Conscious, But Unaware,” Bommarito Said. “She Was Stoic Not So Much In Physical Shock, But Emotional Shock.”

The Woman’s Son Said Maria Is Recovering And Is Expected To Survive,

Bee Experts Were Called To The Scene After The Ambulance Left With Maria. They Found A Large Beehive, With 10 Gallons Of Honeycomb, In A Nearby Utility Box Half Buried Underground.

The Bees Were Almost In Groups And Were All Over Her, Ryan Wilson, An Ocfa Paramedic At The Scene Said. She Had Them On Her Face, Around Her Mouth, Around Her Ears, Her Neck And Her Hair.

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The Experts Estimated The Hive Could Hold 30,000 To 80,000 Bees, But They Weren’t Sure How Many Of Them Attacked Maria. Many Bees Tend To Stay Back And Protect The Hive, Bommarito Said.

Africanized Bees Are Known To Be Much More Aggressive Than Domestic Honey Bees. They Attack In Larger Numbers, React To Disturbances 10 Times Faster, And Will Chase Victims For A Quarter Mile.

About 1,000 People Worldwide Have Died From Africanized Honey Bee Attacks Since Their Introduction To Brazil.

Wilson Was One Of Many Witnesses Attacked By The Bees During The Rescue. At Least Two First Responders And One Eyewitness Were Temporarily Hospitalized. The Bees Were Also Not Fully Removed From Maria Until After She Entered The Hospital.

Over The Past Two Days, Exterminators Have Removed The Hive Of Africanized Bees. These Deadly Insects Were First Introduced To The Americans In 1956 And They Were Also Imported To Brazil To Boost Honey Production.

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Their Natural Descendants Are Hybrids Of Western And African Honey Bees, And They Have Crept Ever Northward Over The Decades. Africanized Bees Now Occupy An Enormous Swath Of The American Southwest. Hundreds Of People Have Been Killed By These Invasive Bees, Including An Arizona Landscaper Who Died Last Year After A Swarm Of 100,000 Bees Attacked Him.

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