Truck hauling beehives from Minnesota crashes in Montana

A driver en route to California crashed on I-94 on Monday night, wrecking the truck and spilling the hives. The Highway Patrol said the freezing weather would hopefully keep the bees at bay.
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A driver en route to California crashed on I-94 on Monday night, wrecking the truck and spilling the hives. The Highway Patrol said the freezing weather would hopefully keep the bees at bay.

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