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|Delaware motorists warned to watch out for bees|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
NEWARK, Del. — Delaware transportation officials on Wednesday warned motorists along Interstate 95 near Wilmington to keep their car windows closed and avoid unnecessary stops because of honeybee swarms unleashed by the crash of a tractor trailer carrying 460 hives.
The ramp to I-95 in Newark reopened more than 12 hours after the rig carrying an estimated 16 million to 20 million bees crashed Tuesday. Crews were spraying foam in the area to contain the swarms.
“There’s still some bees out there,” said state police spokesman Sgt. Paul Shavack.
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