A Texas man died after going into cardiac arrest when he was attacked by an aggressive swarm of bees outdoors his residence, authorities stated.
Thomas Hicks, 70, was mowing his garden Monday when he was repeatedly stung by the bees outdoors his residence in Breckenridge, about 130 miles (210 kilometers) west of Dallas, authorities stated.
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The Breckenridge Fireplace Division stated first responders confronted “very aggressive bee exercise” after they arrived on the residence. Medics and firefighters tried emergency care however Hicks died, the fireplace division stated.
Hicks’ spouse, Zoni Hicks, instructed TV station KTAB that she had been out grocery procuring when she returned to search out her husband screaming and coated in bees.
“You couldn’t even see his again and his complete head — he was simply coated,” she stated.
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Zoni Hicks was additionally stung repeatedly and she or he was handled and launched from a hospital.
The hive was positioned inside a tree and firefighters killed the bees by spraying foam onto them, authorities stated.