UNIVERSAL CITY – Humans aren’t the only ones looking to cool off and escape the Texas heat.
A large nest of bees forced Universal City officials to shut down a park and splash pad today.
In a Facebook post, city officials said authorities will be removing and relocating the swarm of bees from the Northview park and splash pad.
Authorities asked residents not to bring their children to play at the park or the splash pad until they post a notice that both have been reopened.
Parkview and Northview Residents are asked to watch out for swarming bees while the relocation occurs.
Universal City Police say they do not know when the park and splash pad will reopen but will post updates on their Facebook page.
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