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Here’s What Happens When Bear Spray Accidentally Goes Off in a Car

Bear spray and driving doesn’t mix well. 

A nice cruise along the freeway turned excruciating for two commuters last week.

A can of bear spray was accidentally punctured and the results were, well, a little uneasy.

The punctured can of bear spray filled the car up with the unpleasant concoction powerful enough to deter a bear.

Bear spray is known to be more powerful than traditional pepper spray, so these folks were in for a real treat.

Bear spray is made to reach 18-40 feet quickly. Therefore the car was likely filled with the spray very fast, causing the extreme discomfort.

I wonder if the smell of the car will ever be normal again?

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Here’s What Happens When Bear Spray Accidentally Goes Off in a Car