More than 15 people were stung by bees in an attack outside a Phoenix mosque Friday afternoon, fire officials confirmed. Phoenix Fire Department officials say more than 20 people complained of getting stung by multiple bees at the Muslim Community Mosque near 32nd Street and McDowell Road. One 24-year-old man was taken to a hospital for treatment, police say. Everyone is in stable condition. Fire crews sprayed the building with foam during the incident. Several people were removed from the building via an ambulance. People are encouraged to avoid the area. Air15 also captured a hive sprayed by crews near 12th Avenue and Buckeye. Video showed bees still flying in the area after the hive had been foamed. No injuries have been reported in that incident.