WV first responders learn to tackle bee emergenciesThis drill packed a sting
By Marcus Constantino
Charleston Daily Mail
GUTHRIE — The buzz of first responders' radios was replaced with a different kind of buzz Thursday as the state Department of Agriculture hosted a multi-agency training session on responding to accidents involving bees and other stinging insects.
About 130,000 bees were brought to the Gus R. Douglass Agriculture Center in Guthrie, and first responders were put through mock scenarios, Department of Agriculture spokesman Buddy Davidson said.