People stung by bees at dania beach park

Four people, including two young children, were treated for bee stings today in Dania Beach.

The group of two adults and two young children were visiting Greenbelt Park at Northwest 10th Griffin Road in Dania Beach when they were stung.

The children were taken to Broward General Medical Center as a precaution.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office has asked county maintenance workers to evaluate the bee situation at the park.

Woman reportedly attacked by swarm of bees in fort myers

Authorities responded to a woman being stung by a swarm of bees in Fort Myers this morning.

The incident happened at 10:25 a.m. on the 4900 block of Mars St., Lee County EMS spokeswoman Diane Holm said. Authorities didn’t release the woman’s name or condition.

“At this point all I can say is it was one patient and I don’t know if the patient was transported or not to a hospital,” Holm said.

Holm said Lee County EMS, a bee keeper and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office assisted on the call. A sheriff’s spokeswoman said today that she couldn’t find information about her department assisting on the call.

Man attacked by bees caught on camera

A man was attacked by a swarm of bees Sunday when he tried to remove a massive hive from a tree in Brevard County on Martin Road in Rockledge. An eyewitness captured the attack on camera.

Eyewitnesses said the man was an amateur and did not wear the correct protective clothing before trying to remove the hive.

“He was not well prepared. [He] had a towel over his face and scuba gear and mask. The bees are all over his face and he starts panicking and runs down Martin Road here,” eyewitness Chris Maffucci said.

The man was taken to Wuesthoff Hospital, where he was treated for stings to the face.

A professional was called to the scene to remove the beehive.