Millions of bees take over empty home
Millions of honey bees took over an abandoned home in Rosharon, Texas, leading to a massive job for exterminators.
Witnesses say the Africanized bees covered the house.
"That is sick ... absolutely sick," said Claude Griffin of Gotcha Pest Control.
Griffin said the bees had been at the home for 15 to 20 years. He said it was the biggest colony he's ever seen.
"Unbearable. It's sticky. It's hot. It's nasty. There's no air," Griffin said. "You've got to hydrate for a few days before you can get out here in this jungle."
The house was vacant, but the owner needed the bees cleared out so he could tear down the structure.
Exterminators said there were six to eight hives in the house, plus a hive in a nearby tree.
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