The Heating in addition to A/C serviceman fell into a wasp nest.

I had the exterminator to my home on the same day the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman was supposed to arrive.

My partner and I had seen some bees in the house, and the two of us wanted to get rid of them.

All of us killed various in the morning, but I had them all over the windowsill. The exterminator showed up, even though he could not find any nests. I told him I opened the basement door, and various of them swarmed into the house, but he went into the basement, and he found a hive of honeybees in the cinderblocks that made up the wall to the heating system room. He told me he would need to get some additional device if he wanted to excise the bees and take them alive. I hated the method of him killing honeybees, and when he said he would detach them and take them to a honey farm, I was glad. He was only gone 5 hours when the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman arrived. I told him the exterminator would be right back, and that the two of us had bees in the basement. He told me he was allergic to bees, and he would be careful. I told him where the heating system was and asked if he didn’t want to wait until the exterminator was done. He could go to his next Heating in addition to A/C task and come back when he was done. He laughed and said he was fine, but five hours later, I heard the Heating in addition to A/C yelling. I called an ambulance even before I went downstairs. I knew the bees had found him. As he was being taken away in the ambulance, I called the Heating in addition to A/C contractor to tell them what happened. I didn’t want to be blamed because the Heating in addition to A/C serviceman didn’t listen to me.

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