Nobody want to be stung by a bee, but I believe we can all agree that, unless you are severely allergic, it's better than a car crash.

 

Ultimately, this woman should've just taken a few bee stings and dealt with the minor pain they caused . . . to avoid this MAJOR pain.

Earlier this week, 56-year-old Donna Row-Breidstein of Packwood, Washington was driving her Ford Explorer when a BEE got inside and stung her.  She jumped out of the moving car to get away from the bee . . . and the car RAN OVER HER LEG.

She was airlifted to a hospital in Seattle for leg and ankle injuries.  Her car kept going, and only stopped when it plowed into a parked car.