Elderly couple in San Elizario attack...

Elderly couple in San Elizario attacked by bees

There are 8 comments on the El Paso Times story from Jun 27, 2011, titled Elderly couple in San Elizario attacked by bees. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

An elderly couple was attacked multiple times by bees Sunday afternoon in San Elizario.

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John

AOL

#1 Jun 27, 2011
Ive called 911 before, at night, about bees swarms, attached to a tree in my front yard that was as big as washing machine. Huge. Attached to several tree limbs.
One big blob of bees.

And the police said that: "There is nothing we can do, you'll have to call a beekeeper or exterminator tomorrow".

They do not have any kind of emergency response for bees.
WhatSayU

Dallas, TX

#2 Jun 27, 2011
John wrote:
Ive called 911 before, at night, about bees swarms, attached to a tree in my front yard that was as big as washing machine. Huge. Attached to several tree limbs.
One big blob of bees.
And the police said that: "There is nothing we can do, you'll have to call a beekeeper or exterminator tomorrow".
They do not have any kind of emergency response for bees.
My parents who live in San Elizario had the same situation a couple of years ago in their property, and the Sheriff's department told us the exact same thing. I guess the "Cotton Eyed Joe" restuarant was too comfortable to leave, and the San Eli volunteer fire department pick and choose which families are in their "good ole boy" network, much less go help this elderly couple.
John

AOL

#3 Jun 27, 2011
A big swarm of bees could attack children in a school playground and the police department would just let them die.

Oh, they can tap our phones looking for terrorists,
and seach us at every corner without a warrant,
stop our cars while we are trying to get to work on time, looking for Insurance papers,
but bees..........

"well, we arent prepared for bees."

We've spent all the overtime pay for traffic stops so we dont have any money to protect us from other things.
We all dont live in the dessert. The lower and upper valley is farm land, trees, rivers/canals and BEES.
duh

El Paso, TX

#4 Jun 27, 2011
sounds like they were kept bzzzzsy
Silly

El Paso, TX

#5 Jun 27, 2011
It was a Sting Operation
Molly

Waterdown, Canada

#6 Jul 28, 2013
'taint funny McGee!
Greg Montgomery

El Paso, TX

#7 Jul 28, 2013
We should leave them alone because we need to honey.
DC Dave

El Monte, CA

#8 Jul 28, 2013
Greg Montgomery wrote:
We should leave them alone because we need to honey.
Stop crying you punto.

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