Swarm of bees invade Rockies-Diamondbacks game
In a photo provided by the Colorado Rockies, a swarm of bees covers a portion of the padding in front of the camera bay during the fifth inning of a baseball game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies on Thursday, May 17, 2012, in Denver. The game was temporarily halted. The bees remained stuck to the railing until a beekeeper arrived an inning later to vacuum up the bees and relocate them. The Diamondbacks won 9-7. (Ryan McKee,AP Photo/Colorado Rockies, Rich Clarkson and Associates LLC)
(CBS/AP) There was quite a buzz at the Colorado Rockies-Arizona Diamondbacks game Thursday night, when a swarm of bees temporarily halted the game.
The bees invaded the stadium and took over a camera bay next to the Rockies' dugout in the fifth inning.
The swarm remained stuck to a railing until a beekeeper arrived an inning later to vacuum up the bees and relocate them.
The Diamondbacks won the game, 9-7.
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