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    Baby survives oncoming train


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    just seen this on yahoo , soooooooooo Lucky but boy when you watch it your stomach turns

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    There was an incident a few years ago where a guy was getting out of a helicopter and his little girl ran to greet him and he caught her and lifted her up, as dads do. The rotor blade brushed the top of her head but she was unharmed. Imagine how he must have felt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    There was an incident a few years ago where a guy was getting out of a helicopter and his little girl ran to greet him and he caught her and lifted her up, as dads do. The rotor blade brushed the top of her head but she was unharmed. Imagine how he must have felt!
    did you hear the one at the start of the year though laserblazer,

    dad walking down the stairs carrying a television with his daughter infront of him... he tripped on the power cable, squish ><

    imagine living with that =(

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    It really hits home that half a seconds worth of stupidness can cause that much destruction.

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    Years ago we were having a picnic and my nieces had these huge darts. Like a fool, I chucked one high into the air and then realised it was coming straight down towards my 6 month old daughter. I instinctively covered her and it hit me on the shoulderblade and it hurt like hell. What was far worse was the looks I got from the rest of the group.

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    So that's why you are like you are!!.......................................It all fits hehe!!

    Have a good one / weekend that is bud give Margaret me best.........................on second thoughts I'd like to do that meself Oooeer missus..........Just tongue in cheek Margaret if your watchin, you a lovely lass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    Years ago we were having a picnic and my nieces had these huge darts. Like a fool, I chucked one high into the air and then realised it was coming straight down towards my 6 month old daughter. I instinctively covered her and it hit me on the shoulderblade and it hurt like hell. What was far worse was the looks I got from the rest of the group.
    sitting in the garden once watching some fireworks from the pub, one landed right on my nieghbours head while he was holding is 6 year old daughter, very bloody ><

    but u never think to yourself "where will that firework land"

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    boy when you watch it your stomach turns
    Absolutely.. euuuw.

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    I do remember the guy carrying the TV at Christmas which is while I still make sure that J is not at the bottom of the stairs when I carry stuff down.

    Also they say that this baby was saved because it was strapped into the stroller.

    Russ

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