He called 911, just like anyone returning to a car full of insects.
Fortunately for him, the firefighter who responded also happened to be a beekeeper.
The article said: “After the firefighter learned that the owner had returned from the shopping area, he put groceries in his car and started driving, only then did he notice a group of people in the back seat of the car.”
Fortunately, one of their firefighters, Jesse Johnson, is a beekeeper in his spare time and was asked to rescue him on the rest day.
Johnson was able to bring the appropriate equipment to deal with bees. The bee was spent more than two hours.
The crew is estimated to have more than 15,000 bees, which have been transferred to Johnson’s property outside the city.
The department said that it usually does not deal with bees, but for the safety of everyone, it needs to act quickly.
The department said: “A security guard at Albertson Hospital was stabbed. It is possible that some customers were in close contact, but no major casualties were reported.”