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New Mexico woman suffers more than 1,000 bee stings

New Mexico woman suffers more than 1,000 bee stings

The Associated Press
September 06, 2017 11:04 AM

DEMING, N.M -- A New Mexico family is recovering from a bee attack where one woman suffered more than a thousand bee stings.

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The Deming Headlight reports 85-year-old Angela Ortiz was attacked by a colony of bees last Friday as she was outside a trailer home. A Luna County Sheriff's Office report says a deputy and family members were also attacked by the bees as they helped Ortiz. Authorities were able to rescue the family by using a fire extinguisher.

The Luna County Sheriff's Office says Ortiz had not noticed the bees that lived in a hive under the home. She was taken to a Las Cruces hospital where she currently is recovering.

 Information from: The Deming Headlight, http://bit.ly/2eKOhHd

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