Picture this. A man in Nebraska may owe is life to crappy roads.
Last week, a man rode in an ambulance with a dangerous heart pace of 200 beats per minute. Luckily, the ambulance hit one of those dreaded potholes on the road and the man’s heartbeat returned to normal! Nebraskan physician, Dr. Andrew Goldsweig, compared this occurrence to the electric shock we often see in medical dramas with the paddles. CLEAR! I am happy to hear that not all potholes are bad… But my fingers are still crossed that we can get those bad boys fixed sometime in my lifetime.
Read more at Epoch Times.
Side note: I kind of hope story this makes it to the writers for Grey’s Anatomy.