How's this for a story. My new tenant moved in a bit over a week ago - working lady 5 days per wk. Anyway I had decided to paint the house and turned up to check in on the painters around early afternoon to find her car parked outside. Anyway, I called out to her to ask her if we could leave an external door open to paint (and dry). Out she comes looking quite normal and tells me why she was home. She went for some antibiotic injection at the hospital at lunchtime (didn't ask the reason) after which she hopped into her car and drove back to work. About 1 minute after driving off she suddenly felt strange and began coughing from restricted breathing. She thinks 'something is not right here' so chucks a u-turn and heads back to hospital her condition worsening. Managing to park she somehow just makes it to an ambulance parked outside the hospital, bashes on the door hoping someone is in there and collapses unconscious. Next thing she wakes up on a table surrounded by about 6 people who obviously just saved her life. Fortunately she headed for the right shop with an epipen! Imagine what could have happened to her and, potentially, another motorist or pedestrian if she had lost consciousness in the car. Amazing how sudden and severe the reaction and, also, how quick the recovery!