In New Mexico, a man parked his car for ten minutes to shop, and when he got back to his car, he found 15,000 honey bees in the backseat of his car. All this happened because he forgot one of the rear windows of the car, – he writes New York times.
The man eventually helped a firefighter and assault rescuer named Jesse Johnson, who had been beekeeping as a hobby in his spare time. He was in the middle of a family barbecue with the news that he had to go due to an emergency call 911. He later said that it was common for bees to split a bee colony in the spring and a swarm following the queen to another. The firefighter’s beehive weighed in at 1.6 lbs.
Jesse Johnson said the car with an open window provides an attractive opportunity for bees to take refuge until they find a permanent residence.
Fortunately, when bees do paint, they are much easier to handle because they don’t have a home to protect them. They seem more terrifying than dangerous.
The firefighter, who was wearing protective gear, said he collected the bees in an empty box within 20 to 30 minutes and then transported them to safety in his hives.
I will do anything to prevent people from killing bees.