The "bee-man cometh" at Vision Source in South Tyler, after employees noticed about 3,000 honey bees swarming in a tree out front.
No one was stung, but the busy little hive was all the rage for a couple of hours.
Season Johnson, a receptionist for Vision Source, said she and her fellow staff members weren't afraid of the bees, but they were keeping their distance.
Andrew Bellefeuille, a beekeeper, showed up to remove the bees from the tree. "All their doing is looking for a home," he said.
He said sightings like this one aren't uncommon this time of year.
Layron Livingston, Reporting email@example.com
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