Natural Disasters

Hornet attacks kill dozens in China

“Twenty-eight people have died and hundreds have been injured in a wave of attacks by giant hornets in central China, according to reports. Victims described being chased for hundreds of metres by the creatures and stung as many as 200 times. In the city of Ankang alone, 18 people have died from the stings, health official Zhou Yuanhong told Associated Press. People in the cities of Hanzhong and Shangluo have also been injured.”

Source: Hornet attacks kill dozens in China | World news | theguardian.com

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