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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany woman seeks the community's help to get rid of a bee infestation in her house.  

Linda Wingfield says she is unemployed and she is living in a house on Telefax Road with seven children.

She says bees have built a hive in one of the walls but it would cost $300 to $500 dollars to get them out. Wingfield's home does not have electricity so the shot of the bees is rather dark and hard to see as our reporter shot this tonight.

"These bees have ran me out of my house I feel terrible I feel awful I feel so bad I have really no place to go," said Linda Wingfield, homeowner.

If you would like to help or donate you can call Linda Wingfield at 229-405-2708