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September 1st, 2010
When Saving a Life Goes Wrong

A man in NY jumped 40 stories from the rooftop of an apartment building on Tuesday...and a Dodge Charger was kind enough to break his fall.

Witnesses and police said Thomas Magill, 22, jumped from the highrise at West 63rd Street, crashed into the windshield of a Dodge Charger and landed in the back seat.

He suffered broken legs and is in critical condition, police said.

The carís owner, Guy McCormack, of Old Bridge, N.J., told the New York Daily News heís convinced the rosary beads he keeps inside the Dodge saved Magillís life.

Police are investigating why Magill jumped from the building but my guess is a suicide attempt...and if it was, it must really suck to be him right now.

 


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