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SLIDESHOW: Truck Full of Overturned Hives? Call the Bee Team : Slideshow

Monday, May 06, 2013

Janet Katz
"About three dozen boxes of bees shifted off the gallon syrup pails they were, unfortunately, loaded on top of," said Katz.
Janet Katz
Reloading the bees onto the tractor trailer
Janet Katz
Some of the bees decided they liked a beekeeper's helmet
Janet Katz
Beekeeper Alex Warcola helps tie the load back down
Janet Katz
The tools of the trade: bee smokers, which are used to corral bees
Janet Katz
Firefighters hosing dead bees off the roadway
Janet Katz
Getting the netting back in place over the hives
Janet Katz
The first aid squad, keeping their distance down the road. While several people were stung, no one was seriously injured.
Janet Katz
The truck driver (center) talks to two members of the New Jersey Beekeepers Association
Janet Katz
Basking Ridge, New Jersey, wound up being the end of the line for the bees that drowned in the high fructose corn syrup.

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