Nigeria: After a car accident, six people are killed by bees
By Ahmad Hadizat Omayoza, Mamos Nigeria
Six passengers were killed by bee stings, resulting in their deaths.
When the bus they were on collided with a vehicle on the road in Nicaragua, the bees launched an attack on the passengers.
After the accident, it was said that the bus broke into a beehive.
According to the authorities, 22-year-old Santos Herrera was operating the school bus on the El Caracol-La Rica route, which connects the northern cities of Jinotega and San Sebastián de Yal, when he encountered mechanical issues and lost control of the vehicle on Monday in the municipality of San Sebastián de Yal.
According to the Daily Mail UK, the bus crashed into a slope that was 160 feet deep and contained the beehives.
The effect of the accident made the transport tear open various wooden boxes and permitted the multitude of African honey bees to get away from the hives where they delivered honey.
According to health officials, the killer bees attacked Herrera and 45 of the 60 passengers.
Occupants in the space attempted to save the caught travelers however halted their endeavors due to the presence of the honey bees.
The dead casualties were recognized as Eneyda Tórrez, 47, and her eight-year-old little girl, Andrea Carolina García, who passed on at a neighborhood emergency clinic.
The mishap additionally left dead Kenia Soza, 19; 32-year-old Dilcia Santos Calderón, 38; and 84-year-old Reyna Olivas
Something like 14 travelers, including four-year-old Justin Rivas and Alma Rivas, who is pregnant, were hospitalized at a center in San Sebastián de Yalí and a medical clinic in Jinotega.
The Public Police’s travel unit started a test into the mishap.