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By Kimberly Page - bio | email

October 14, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An Albany family is buzzing about some un-welcomed guests that showed up at their house.     

The Florences noticed this big hornets' nest on the side of their house a few days ago.   

They're quiet tonight, but the hornets are busy during the day.

The family is worried because their son Kevante is highly allergic to stings.

"He has to have an epi pin, so that if he's ever bitten or stung by a bee, we have to immediately inject that pin," said Pamela Florence.     

They say it could cost a couple hundred dollars to have a professional remove the nest.  They plan to check with the Extension Service to see if they can help.

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