Residents told to stay indoors as bees swarm neighborhood


A swarm of bees are invading the streets of a town in New Jersey.  The bee hive was established by an amateur beekeeper.

It’s all taking place in Ramsey, New Jersey, where officials are advising residents to stay inside their homes until sunrise. The bees appear to be aggressive and have scattered throughout a neighborhood.

Emergency personnel and police are patrolling the area. They informed residents to stay indoors with windows closed until further notice.

At this time no additional information has been released.

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