Source Pravda.Ru

Vodka saves man's life as he falls out of a window

A 30-year-old Muscovite fell out of the window of his friend's apartment on the fourth storey of an apartment block. The man stood up on his feet and returned back to the apartment as if nothing had happened.

According to the information from the Moscow Rescuing Service, the man named only as Oleg, came to see his friends on Friday night to have a friendly discussion. The company of men finished with two bottles of vodka rather quickly. No one of them saw Oleg leaving the party. They noticed that Oleg did not return to the apartment from the balcony, where he went out to have a smoke and take a breath of fresh air.

The poor man was lying and moaning in a heap of snow under the balcony at that moment. When Oleg's friends came down to help him, he told them that he went out on the balcony, felt sick all of a sudden, went out of balance and fell down.

The pals definitely decided that their friend had broken many bones, so they called an ambulance. Doctors were surprised to find out, though, that the unfortunate party man was more than just fortunate: he was safe and sound. A small snowdrift underneath the balcony saved the man's life: he suffered no injuries at all. His friends helped him return to the apartment, where he came to his senses and went home.

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