Things are definitely buzzing in Carencro.

A KATC report on an abandoned house that is infested with bees ran earlier today, and while it looks like the issue seems to be getting resolved, the City of Carencro is defending the accuracy of what is being reported.

The original story claims that neighbors were concerned about the bee infestation continuing to grow as the weather continues to warm up in the area where the home is located. A resident who lives next door to the property told KATC her grandkids have already been stung by the bees while playing basketball just feet away from the property.

The report goes on to say that the city didn't take action until they were contacted by KATC and will now be making arrangements to handle the issue and locate the property owners to make them aware of the problem.

In a Facebook post from the official City of Carencro account, they're telling their side of the story.

So, it seems here that there may just be an argument over semantics at this point, but if there is any good news to come out of all of this, it's the fact that the bee problem will be handled and neighbors will hopefully be able to enjoy life without worrying about an infestation next door.

See the full story here via KATC.

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