1The man who suffered a skull fracture after being hit by a runaway car tire
The tile bounced several times before smashing into the back of his head, face-planting him into the hard concrete. Fernandes was left with severe fractures to his skull and chest. He's in the hospital in stable condition and is improving. See the harrowing accident below:
2The bell ringer who was flipped upside down after catching his foot in a rope
Brown, 51, was hoisted a couple of feet in the air by a bell rope before hitting the marble floor of the church belltower. He said, “There were 20 of us there ringing. The rope went around my ankle, and it took me from standing to upside down in seconds.” He was eventually brought down from the bell tower to the church floor on a spinal board by firefighters.
The cathedral's bell tower contains 16 bells, including a Bourdon bell. Together they weigh 16 tons and are the fifth heaviest ring in the world. (Source)
3The doorman who died in a freak accident while shoveling snow
4The man who was decapitated by an electrical cable while riding his motorcycle
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5The dog walker whose fatal fall may have been caused by his client's dogs
6The farmer who was trapped underwater and did yoga to save himself
7The man who died after a random encounter with a deer
A Weiser, Idaho, man, William Woo, 58, died following an encounter with a deer. He came around a corner of the barn on his parent's property and apparently startled several deer that had come down to feed on hay on the property. One of the deer reared up, causing Woo to fall, but it is unclear if the animals or its hooves came in direct contact with him.
Paramedics transported Woo to the hospital, where he later died, but his cause of death is not being released for medical privacy reasons. (Source | Photo)
8The man who claimed his dog shot his girlfriend while she was sleeping
The couple was asleep when they were woken up by their dog, Diesel. The man let Diesel out to go to to the bathroom, and when he came back in, it is believed he jumped on the nightstand in the dark bedroom where the man's girlfriend was still sleeping. The man saw a "flash and a bang" when the dog jumped, which turned out to be a Springfield XD40 gun discharging. The 25-year-old woman was hit in the leg and taken to Orange Park Medical Center with nonlife-threatening injuries.
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