Video: Bees trap NC deputy in squad for 3 hours
He called for help after nearly 50,000 honeybees decided to park on his cruiser
By Phil Gast
WAKE COUNTY, NC — Tuesday was anything but a routine day for Deputy Brandon Jenkins, who spent three hours in his patrol car after nearly 50,000 honeybees decided to park on it.
The Wake County Sheriff's Office officer had responded around 9:40 a.m. to a call of a person possibly being attacked by bees. He found a disabled truck on U.S. 64 a few miles east of Raleigh, North Carolina. Behind it was a trailer holding 60 boxes of bees.
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