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You know it's time to put the lottery on when you're nearly crushed by a falling ice block but walk away unscathed - after avoiding it by mere inches. We would encourage these lucky people to do just that, after they miraculously escaped a lump of ice that shattered the windscreen of the car they were sat in. Watch the (chilling) moment here:
The huge chunk of ice fell 50 feet from the roof of a building in the Arctic outpost of Kola in Russia and, luckily, the sturdy windscreen took the brunt of the force.
But as the couple jumped out of the Nissan Murano in horror, with the woman driver having no time to switch gears, the runaway car was in reverse and retreats as if escaping on its own the danger zone - but seems to back up towards a wall as the driver chases it.
The male looks panicked and can be seen wandering around in shock. He had got into the parked car after visiting a local shop a split second before the ice bomb struck.
He definitely should go back and grab a scratch card at the very least.
The video ends with a touching moment as the woman strokes his face in relief at their miracle escape.
Another near-miss happened just days ago when a train narrowly avoided a group of people who had decided the tracks were a good place to have a brawl.
Footage was released of the 20-person scrap that took place in the town of Ramos Mejia in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires on 24 March.
Despite an oncoming train, the tussle continued, with it passing just inches from two of the people involved, who carry on fighting as the train went by. Like you do.
Following the close encounter, the driver pulls the train to a halt to make sure no one has been injured.
The video ends with a number of officers appearing at the scene as the brawl finally breaks up, lining some of those suspected to have been involved up next to the tracks.
According to local reports, the fight involved around 20 people, who had been finishing off a night out in several nearby bars and clubs in the area.
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