CORONADO, Calif. - (AP) -- San Diego County authorities say police officers were among at least six people stung when a bee hive fell out of a tree in Coronado.
Police spokeswoman Lea Corbin says thousands of honeybees swarmed late Monday afternoon in a residential neighborhood.
She said the bees were "very aggressive."
A bee removal service used smoke to calm them and then a vacuum.
Police issued an advisory about two hours later saying the area had been reopened to pedestrians and vehicle traffic.
Information from: The San Diego Union-Tribune, http://www.utsandiego.com
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