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Beware and Bee Calm: How to Handle Bee Attacks in San Tan Valley

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Amid the buzzing of summer, we have an important message to share. A recent incident from our neighboring town, Florence, has brought a serious issue to our attention – bee attacks.

In an alarming event, a man and his dog were besieged by hundreds of bees, an incident you can view in detail here. After hearing this, we knew we had to provide our community with some essential information about these small but sometimes formidable creatures.

Bee attacks can be dangerous and, in rare instances, deadly, especially for those with allergies. Now, this isn't meant to cause panic, but rather to ensure that you, our valued readers, know what to do if you find yourself facing a swarm of these stinging insects.

First off, remember the golden rule: "Bee Calm." Yes, it's easier said than done, but maintaining composure can make a huge difference. Rapid, jerky movements can provoke the bees, so if they start swarming, slowly and calmly leave the area.

If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation where bees are actively attacking you or your pets, immediately call 911. Our reliable Rural Metro Fire Department will be dispatched to halt the attack and provide necessary treatment to the victims.

However, it's important to note that their job is to handle the immediate crisis. They're the first responders, not the cleanup crew. After the attack is over, it's time to call in the professionals who can remove the hive and ensure the bees don't return – the exterminators.

Now, we know that finding a trustworthy exterminator can be a task in itself. But don't worry, we've got you covered. Search the San Tan Valley Business Directory here for a list of local pest control companies that can help you ensure your home is bee-free.

To avoid attracting bees, avoid wearing bright colors and sweet-smelling perfumes or lotions when you're outside. Also, keep your food and drinks covered during picnics or barbecues.

Remember, bees are important for our environment. They're usually peaceful creatures and only attack when they feel threatened. So, while we must take precautions, let's also respect their role in our ecosystem.

Stay safe this summer, San Tan Valley. Be aware of your surroundings, keep these tips in mind, and don't let a little buzz spoil your fun.
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