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Police in Redondo Beach say a 95-year-old man was  stung more than 400 times  yesterday by thousands of bees. The victim was hospitalized.

Hundreds of 'Killer' Bees Attack Redondo Beach Man

Police in Redondo Beach say a 95-year-old man was stung more than 400 times yesterday by thousands of bees. The victim was hospitalized.

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