Man Attacked by a Swarm of Killer Bees
INSIDE EDITION talks with a man who is lucky to be alive after being stung by over 1,000 killer bees.
A desperate son calls 911 as his dad is attacked by a swarm of killer bees.
Caller: "Help! Please help! Please! My Dad is getting eaten up by bees! Hurry! You have to hurry!"
It's like something from a horror movie, but this attack was very real.
Lamar LaCaze was working on his farm near Austin, Texas when he accidentally disturbed an enormous bee hive. 70,000 killer bees had made their home in an old water heater. Lamar tried to run away but they swarmed all over him.
"Come on, come on! Come on, Dad, get up! Get up!" Trey LaCaze says into the phone.
"It was just like a horror film something I thought I'd never see in real life," Trey said.
A photo of Lamar was taken at the hospital after the attack. His eyes are swollen shut, and those black marks all over his face are bee stings. Emergency room personnel pulled over one thousand stingers out of his face.
And the photo above shows Lamar today, one month after the bee attack. You can still see the scars on his face.
The venom from all those stings damaged his kidneys but he's lucky to have survived an attack by a swarm of killer bees.
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