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The USNP was a cooperative national effort among the states and the federal government to locate, catalog, and preserve on microfilm newspapers published in the United States from the eighteenth century to the present."All the bees that escaped will be dead by tomorrow, because they can't live without their colonies." Prior to the accident, the bees were on route to North Dakota where they were to go about producing honey. The company estimated the lost bees at a hit of 0,000.To ensure that America's historical newspapers will be available for its citizens, the NEH conducted from 1982 to 2011 the United States Newspaper Program (USNP)."If they weren't killed they'd continue to be a hazard, especially for motorcyclists," Collins added.Several motorists reported being stung by the escaped bees.Officers from the Butte County Sheriff's Office, as well as local firefighters and emergency responders, responded to the accident, which took place on State Highway 33 near Howe, Idaho."They went off the east side of the northbound lane," Sheriff Wes Collins told East Idaho News.
"The truck and trailer tipped over on its passenger side and then righted itself and continued for approximately 75 yards before it came to rest out in the sagebrush." The colony hives were destroyed when the truck tipped over.Once their homes were destroyed, the bees' long-term survival was a lost cause.