Thousands of bees removed from vacant Atlanta home

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Thousands of bees were removed froma vacant house in Atlanta after neighbors said they lived in fear of the insects for several weeks.

UPI reported that residents living near the empty home said they first started noticing bees swarming around it in the spring, and the number of insects had been gradually increasing ever since.

“I”m afraid to come out the house sometimes,” Matthew Sease, who lives next door to the house, told WGCL-TV.

“I never went by the house because I was afraid of the bees and getting stung.” A bee removal service hired by the property owner arrived Thursday and removed thousands of bees from the exterior and interior of the home.

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