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CanadaBees swarm pickup truck in Saskatoon Costco parking lot

23:46  09 july  2019
23:46  09 july  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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Bees swarm pickup truck in Saskatoon Costco parking lot © Michelle Vilness / Facebook Costco customers may have noticed a swarm of bees in a Saskatoon parking lot on Monday, July 8.

The Costco parking lot in Saskatoon’s Rosewood neighbourhood was buzzing with unusual activity on Monday.

A swarm of bees was spotted outside of the store after descending on a Ford F150, partially covering the windshield and passenger-side door.

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According to a social media post by Michelle Vilness, the truck's owner was selling furnaces inside the Costco at 225 Market Dr. at the time.

A beekeeper was quickly called to safely remove the insects that appeared to have taken residence on the vehicle.

The images were shared more than 800 times on Facebook, as of Tuesday morning.

No injuries were reported.

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