LANESBOROUGH, Mass. (CBS) – Several people were hurt or stung after a car full of bees crashed in the Berkshires.

A station wagon carrying hundreds of bees in boxes collided head-on with another car on South Main Street in Lanesborough Saturday afternoon.

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The bees stung the driver in this station wagon. (Photo credit: Haven Orecchio-Egresitz, The Berkshire Eagle)

According to the Berkshire Eagle, five people were hurt in the crash, including a 4-year-old boy, but none of the injuries appeared to be serious.

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Police told the paper it appears the bees got loose in the station wagon and stung the driver just before the crash.

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The bees swarmed in and around the car after the crash Saturday. (Photo credit: Stephanie Zollshan, The Berkshire Eagle)

Several people were stung in the aftermath and cleanup as well, including a Lanesborough Police sergeant, according to the paper.