TORONTO (AP) — Police west of Toronto warned drivers to keep their car windows closed after a truck spilled crates carrying five million bees onto a road.
Pedestrians were also asked to avoid the area.
Halton Regional Police said they received a call around 6:15 a.m. Wednesday reporting the bee crates had come loose from a truck and spilled onto Guelph Line north of Dundas Street, just west of Toronto.
About an hour after police put out a notice on social media, several beekeepers were in touch with police offering to help, Anderson said.
Six or seven beekeepers eventually arrived at the scene.