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A swarm of bees attacked and killed a North Hollywood, Calif., family's dog after a neighbor cut down a tree that housed a hive Saturday.

According to KTLA, the man fled down the street, but Babe, the 5-year-old pitbull, could not get away in time. Neighbors said that small children were playing in nearby yards at the time, but no one was hurt.

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Hmm.. I don't see how this is unique. I can see this happening quite often.

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^ Kind of like your birth.

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^ Kind of like your birth.

How many times does WarWagon get born?

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^ With a little luck, once. :shifty:

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It's terrible that the dog got killed but it could have been much worse.

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^ With a little luck, once. :shifty:

Damn right, i'm limited edition!

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Damn right, i'm limited edition!

Thank goodness for small miracles. :p

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I hope he goes to doggie heaven, poor fellow.

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That sucks for the dog. If these were african killer bees they would of went after anythign that was moving including those kids a few yards away.

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I'm a bit surprised that some kind of charges haven't been brought against the person who cut the tree.

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Its hard to talk about bees w/o sounding racist anymore. I still LOL though.

Edit: Not about the dog.. That's terrible :( Poor pup.

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