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FUCK BEES/DICKFEST 2k10/"Nation-State Illuminati"
Fatal crash involving bee truck
LAKEVILLE, Minn. -- At least one person has died in a multi-vehicle accident in Lakeville involving a bee truck on Interstate 35 late Monday morning.
Two semis and two passenger cars collided on northbound I-35 just south of County Road 70.
St. Patrol Lt. Eric Roeske told KARE 11 one person is confirmed dead, while one person was airlifted to a hospital. That victim's condition was not immediately available.
With traffic stopped on Interstate 35W, emergency responders knew this crash would be bad and then there was something they didn't expect.
"It was a black haze. Never seen anything like that," said Lakeville Fire Chief Scott Nelson. "I opened my door and got stung in the face."
With thousands of bees swarming, pouring out of the back of a semi carrying thousands more, emergency crews tried to reach the crash victims. The swarm complicated an already difficult situation.
The bees stung several first responders. An ambulance was standing by in case anyone had an allergic reaction.
Officers were initially told to not get out of their cars until the bees settled down. Firefighters tried to keep the bees at bay with water hoses. http://www.kare11.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=851626
Sweet jesus, can you even imagine being in a crumpled car awaiting rescue
while simultaneously being stung by 150 colonies of bees
scarlet st. on May 2010