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Bees swarm, create ‘hive-drant’ in Midtown NYC

A swarm of bees created a “hive-drant” in Midtown on Tuesday, cops said.

Police got a call about the swarm amassing on a fire hydrant in front of 958 E. Third Ave. — between East 57th and East 58th streets — around 2:11 p.m.

“Looks like a swarm of bees on a fire hydrant,” a police spokeswoman said.

Cops were responding to the job.

A swarm of bees created a “hive-drant” in Midtown.
Peter Gerber
Bees
A group of bees swarmed around a fire hydrant.
Peter Gerber
Hivedrant
Civilians watching the “hivedrant” in Midtown.
Peter Gerber
A swarm of bees created a fire 'hive-drant' on 3rd Ave between E57 and 58 Streets Tuesday, June 21, 2022, in Manhattan.
The swarm was on a hydrant between East 57th and East 58th streets.
Peter Gerber
A swarm of bees created a fire 'hive-drant' on 3rd Ave between E57 and 58 Streets Tuesday, June 21, 2022, in Manhattan.
A woman gets close to the bees on the hydrant.
Peter Gerber

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