Swarm of killer bees sting two dogs to death

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The bees that killed Milo and Gunner are believed to be Africanized killer bees (KTRK)

A swarm of believed Africanized killer bees stung two dogs to death and terrorized a neighborhood over the weekend.

Several people were stung, and a number of birds were also victims in a frightening situation in Concord, California.

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An angry swarm attacked and killed a pit bull in its own backyard, and neighbors worry these bees could easily do the same to a child.

Neighbors say the bees have been pounding their windows trying to get inside their homes and cars, leaving police helpless to find an answer to the community's problem.

A bee keeper says he believed the honey bees are Africanized, attacking anything and everything outdoors.

Two dogs, Milo and Gunner, were found dead after the swarm arrived in the community.

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Their veterinarian says she stopped counting after she pulled out 50 stingers from each dog.

The bee keeper says he'll continue to work to try to eliminate the bees.

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