Doctors said the victims are in a lot of pain, but will make a full recovery.
Bee expert Stacy Tonybee said the bees likely attacked because they felt their hive was being threatened.
"Bees protect their home, they took it as a sign of aggression that they came through and when they have a hive, they will protect profusely," said Tonybee.
Toynbee said the bees are a very aggressive colony.
Trappers used a combination of pesticide and soapy water to neutralize the bees.
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