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Man falls to death after attacked by bee swarm

Man falls to death after attacked by bee swarm

A man fell to his death out of a tree on Tuesday night while attempting to collect honey from a beehive in Pursat province’s Krakor district.

Svay Sar commune chief Hong Tung, said the victim Kov Kan, 26, was collecting the honey with two of his friends when he was attacked by bees, causing him to fall out of the 12- metre-tall tree.

He said that on behalf of the commune, he would provide the victim’s family with US$25.


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