By Kim Klement/NPR The bug bites aren’t usually the most visible symptoms of a bite.
The most obvious symptoms are a rash, pain and a swollen and tender area, often referred to as a welts on the hands or the inside of the mouth.
But bugs can be just as painful, especially if they get trapped inside a wound.
And sometimes the bites can cause serious damage.
That’s what happened to a couple in the Florida Keys who were in a car accident when they tried to jump out of the car and wound up getting bitten.
The couple was in a vehicle with a trailer hitch, and the hitch fell off and landed on the passenger seat.
The hitch got stuck between the windshield and the driver’s side door, so they could not pull the car out.
That meant that the car would not start.
They didn’t have enough airbags, so the car ended up being totaled.
That led to a lengthy medical investigation.
They were eventually charged with driving under the influence, and their driver’s license was suspended for about a year.
The man was in an accident, and he said the first thing that he thought about was how much pain that could have caused him.
He was so upset about what happened that he didn’t sleep, said the man, who asked that his name not be used for fear of retaliation.
He said the pain lasted for two to three days after the accident.
He spent the next two months in the hospital and has been hospitalized in the last couple of weeks.
When he was released from the hospital, he was afraid to walk around with his hands in the air.
He had a fever and was feeling very tired, he said.
He also suffered a severe allergic reaction to the venom that had stuck to his skin.
He did not have any other serious injuries, and it’s not clear if he has any other allergies.
The Florida Keys Police Department said it will review the case and determine whether further action is necessary.
But, the police department said, it will also notify local hospitals and health departments that the man is in their care.
They also said they are providing counseling to the man.
The car the couple was driving was equipped with airbags.
It was not clear how many people were in the car.
There were no reports of any injuries, but the couple said they have had to use masks and gloves.