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Man says bee swarm causing havoc in Centennial Hills neighborhood

Landlord is going to take care of issue
Posted at 9:14 PM, Aug 02, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-03 00:14:47-04

At 6 feet 4 inches tall and pushing 225 pounds, 52-year-old Kyle Crump isn't afraid of much.

Until you mention this word -- bees.
Crump is not only deathly afraid of bees he is deathly allergic. If he is stung and doesn't receive the proper treatment, he can die.

So when he went for a run last night and spotted what appeared to be a bee hive hanging off the side of his neighbor's house in Centennial Hills, he said he was unable to move and he just stood there in shock.

We spoke to the tenant living in the house who said her landlord was aware and would address the problem.
When landlord Victor Andrijauskas showed up, he was welcomed by a swarm of bees and agreed there was a problem.

"I'm gonna have to go back and call the HOA and tell them that we have a situation that is getting kind of critical," he said.
Andrijauskas told 13 Action News, the homeowners association called the tenant and said they will be out Wednesday to fix the problem.