Car Crash Leads to Bee Attack

Two residents of Laurel County, Kentucky, were surprised when they crashed into a fence Tuesday night, and surprised again when they were attacked by a hive of bees!  Neighborhood resident Gary Lee Anderson heard a big ‘boom’ and then saw that a Geo Tracker had crashed into fence, and apparently disturbed a beehive.  

"And the guy came out, screaming and squalling, and running around about like a chicken with its head cut off," Anderson said.

Then Anderson says they ran up the road, grabbed a hose outside his home and started trying to spray off the bees.

"I told him, 'You need to get out of that water,'" Anderson said, "but I didn't know he was getting eat up by bees, I thought he was just high."

Noah Elkins and Priscilla Simpson were taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries from the crash and for numerous bee stings. Anderson was stung as well. Elkins was cited for DUI and Simpson for public intoxication. -via Arbroath

(Image credit: WKYT)

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