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Biker Survives Collision with Flying Mattress

Biker Survives Collision with Flying Mattress

You might have heard someone describe an especially jarring or surprising event using the phrase "hit me like a freight train." One Australian biker, however, can now use a more personal expression in the future: "hit me like a flying mattress." Aaron Wood was riding his motorcycle at ...

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