Texas StatePosted byFox News
A Texas man died after going into cardiac arrest when he was attacked by an aggressive swarm of bees outside his home, authorities said. Thomas Hicks, 70, was mowing his lawn Monday when he was repeatedly stung by the bees outside his home in Breckenridge, about 130 miles (210 kilometers) west of Dallas, authorities said.
Texas StatePosted byMagnolia State Live
A Texas man died after going into cardiac arrest when he was attacked by an aggressive swarm of bees outside his home, authorities said. Thomas Hicks, 70, was mowing his lawn Monday when he was repeatedly stung by the bees outside his home in Breckenridge, about 130 miles west of Dallas, authorities said.
BRECKENRIDGE, Texas (KTXS) - A 70-year-old man from Texas died after an aggressive swarm of bees reportedly stung him, but firefighters were able to save his wife from the swarm. Thomas Hicks, 70, was mowing his lawn Monday afternoon in Breckenridge, Texas, when hundreds of bees swarmed around him and...
Texas StateThe Hill
Hicks was attacked by a swarm of bees while mowing his lawn. His wife returned from the grocery store to find her husband covered in bees and screaming and jumping. He collapsed and died of cardiac arrest. A Texas man is dead after he was attacked by an aggressive swarm...
Bees living inside a tree attacked two Texans on Monday, killing one and hospitalizing the other. Firefighters in Breckenridge, about 100 miles west of Fort West, responded to a bee attack on the afternoon of April 26. The Breckenridge Fire Department was dispatched to a home near Hubbard Creek Lane, and when they arrived they had to fight their way through an aggressive swarm to discover one man in cardiac arrest.
Texas StatePosted byNBC News
Firefighters in Texas say that bees living inside a tree repeatedly attacked two people, resulting in one person's death and hospitalizing the other. Calvin Chaney of the Breckenridge Fire Department said in a Facebook post that the attack took place Monday afternoon at a home in Stephens County, near Hubbard Creek Lake, about 100 miles west of Fort Worth.
Texas StateNBC Dallas-Fort Worth
One person died after being attacked by a swarm of bees Monday at a home in North Central Texas, firefighters say. In a Facebook post, the Breckenridge Fire Department said the attack happened Monday afternoon in a residential area near Hubbard Creek Lake in Stephens County, about 120 miles west of Fort Worth.
Stephens County, TXPosted by610 Sports Radio
(1080 KRLD)- The Breckenridge Fire Department has reported that one individual was injured with another losing their life during a bee attack at a home in North Texas. The Fire Department, Stephens County Sheriffs Deputies and American Medical Response (AMR) were called out to the incident on Monday afternoon located on Water District road 214.