Delaware on Boing Boing again, exciting!
Unfortunately this article on the aftermath says no. Many hives were salvaged but as to the ones that couldn't be.
Wilmington firefighters and National Guardsmen were called to spray the containers Wednesday with a substance called Universal Gold Foam to disperse the insects.
"The foam actually doesn't kill them," Wilmington Fire Chief Anthony Goode said. "It just lays on top of all the debris that's in there so the bees don't have anything that they can penetrate or sit on, and it causes them to fly off. Hopefully, it's going to cause them to fly into the treeline."
Others foundered in the foam.
"They're doomed anyway," Delaney said. At this point, she said, the key is "to salvage as much as you can and make the area safe."
Also Delaware has a Honey Bee Swarm Removal Plan!
The accident shut the roadway for about 13 hours as emergency responders activated the state's "Honey Bee Swarm Removal Plan" for the first time since it was created 19 years ago, drawing local beekeepers and handlers to the scene, Shavack said.