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California Man Killed By Bee Attack Identified

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Authorities have identified a man killed by hundreds of bee stings in Encinitas north of San Diego.

| June 22, 2010

Authorities have identified a man killed by hundreds of bee stings in Encinitas north of San Diego.

Encinitas Deputy Fire Chief Scott Henry says the man was operating a backhoe to clear brush when he was attacked by bees.

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