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Tarkington man survives aggressive bee attack - Houston Chronicle

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Jul 3, 2018 7:43 PM - 2 mon, 3 week, 17 hour, 51 min ago

Excerpt: A Tarkington man is recovering from an aggressive bee attack that resulted in more than 1,000 bee stings. Tom Mizell, 81, known for his roadside vegetable stand on CR 2224 in Tarkington, says he was mowing a field on CR 2184 just off of FM 2518 on June 26 when he was attacked by bees. "I was running a dozer in the woods, helping my cousin clear a right-of-way for a fence. All of a sudden, I saw a black cloud of bees surrounding me," he ... Read More

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