Killer Bees Swarm California Town

Residents in Concord, Calif., were forced to stay inside their homes because of the Africanized killer bees.
1:21 | 05/16/16

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Now to aggressive bees on the loose terrifying a California town. Trapping people inside their homes and cars. Even sending some to the hospital. Beekeepers fighting to get them under control. ABC's Matt Gutman with the latest. Reporter: We don't know where the bees came from. But where they want. Kitchen windows. People's faces. I got me right in the eye. Reporter: And this mail carrier's hair. I don't know what to do. Reporter: Two people even hospitalized by the swarms believed to be africanized killer bee. Reporter: They were super aggressive. They were following us, going after us and banging on the windows. Reporter: It was reminiscent of the movie "The birds." The bees attacking you guess it on hitch Koch road in Concord, California. The bees had apparently taken over this hive on Friday. Bees pestering police even dive-bombing this interview. Probably seven, eight, nine -- there's ten. Reporter: This morning the hive owner said he destroyed the hive but some of those bees are believed to be still buzzing around. For "Good morning America," Matt Gutman, ABC news, Los Angeles. He looks pretty serious. It does. As summer travel heats up,

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