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Old 05-14-2014, 04:47 AM   #1
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Motorcycle Crash Turns Heart 90 Degrees

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A motorcycle accident in Italy caused a man's heart to rotate within his body, and end up in the right side of his chest a very traumatic injury from which he survived, according to a new report of his case.

Doctors at the emergency department who treated the 48-year-old man discovered that his heart was in an unusual place when they tried to listen to his heart sounds and rhythms. An X-ray and CT scan of the man's chest showed that his heart had turned 90 degrees to the right, the doctors wrote in the report, published May 7 in the New England Journal of Medicine.


http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/0...-in-his-chest/
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Wow, that sounds terrible, almost like that accident i heard about in thailand where two guys two-up on a scooter were on a highway and ended up crashing into a cargo-loaded truck and had a pole stuck through the both of them.

it seems like it made it on ripleys believe it or not but the link is slow as to load but this looks like the incident im referring to:
http://www.ripleys.com/weird/videos-...ycle-accident/
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Wow, that sounds terrible, almost like that accident i heard about in thailand where two guys two-up on a scooter were on a highway and ended up crashing into a cargo-loaded truck and had a pole stuck through the both of them.

it seems like it made it on ripleys believe it or not but the link is slow as to load but this looks like the incident im referring to:
http://www.ripleys.com/weird/videos-...ycle-accident/
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Doesn't look good.. lol

I was actually in Thailand in August. Everything there is crazy from all the moped-ers to the "strip clubs" (basically live )

The food/scenery is pretty awesome though.
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Doesn't look good.. lol

I was actually in Thailand in August. Everything there is crazy from all the moped-ers to the "strip clubs" (basically live )

The food/scenery is pretty awesome though.
yep always a good time in thailand, thats where i learned my best motorcycle safety skills...observe what they do and do the exact OPPOSITE....(j/k) but i did notice how the drivers there maneuvered their bikes and took the good and left the bad.
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