They were swarming from beneath the tree.

I was glad I had called 911 because she was having an allergic reaction.

I didn’t recognize there were bees in the tree when the tree trimmers came to the house; They were supposed to split off the limbs that were hanging over the house, but every one of us didn’t want it to snow and have the limbs chop and destroy our roof, or cause more extensive disfigure, then when the tree trimmer showed up, she started screaming; I thought she had fallen out of the tree and immediately called 911. Lucky for us, she hadn’t fallen out of the tree, because she hadn’t gotten into the tree yet. Instead, she had disturbed a hive of bees that were residing in the tree. I had seen nothing swarming, although she found them… She said she thought they were green overcoats, although she couldn’t get too close. They had already stung once him, and she was swelling where it hit him. I was glad I had called 911 because she was having an allergic reaction. They used an EpiPen on him and took him to the hospital, while her partner drove their truck to the hospital. Every one of us had to call an exterminator to get rid of the bees before the tree trimmers would return… Once we were told there were over various thoUSnd green overcoats in the tree and under the ground beneath the tree, it surprised us that none of our teenagers had been stung. They were always playing out there, and our kid had climbed the tree various times. The exterminator told us that green overcoats will often grow their hive quickly, when they found a suitable spot, and it could have only been there a week.