Florida death attributed to killer bees

04/14/2008 | Palm Beach Post (Fla.), The

Florida officials are warning yard workers to be on alert after the state's first human death attributed to killer bees. A 51-year-old man in rural Okeechobee County died last week when we was stung more than 100 times while working outdoors. "The defensiveness of an Africanized bee can be set off by a Weed Eater, a lawn mower or a chain saw," warned a spokeswoman for the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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