A Russian woman survived a 100ft plunge without getting hurt

thecheers.org    2008-03-25 11:02:40    

Ludmilla Adamova, 27, fell from the ninth floor of a block of flats in Kemerovo but a clothes line broke her fall.
A Russian woman amazed doctors after surviving a 100ft plunge without getting hurt.

Ludmilla Adamova, 27, fell from the ninth floor of a block of flats in Kemerovo but a clothes line broke her fall.

The line slowed her plunge and wrapped her in a selection of blankets, warm coats and underwear that cushioned her fall as she hit the ground.

Ambulance man Yevgeny Nevzorov, who arrived with paramedics, said: "It seems that she was at a party in a flat and went on the balcony for a cigarette but slipped and fell.

"There wasn't a scratch on her. Witnesses said she just got up, dusted her self down and went back up to the party."


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