I n a recent attempt to wrestle a handgun from the hands of a suicidal person, a year-old woman was accidentally shot in the chest by a single bullet. When she was taken to the University of Utah Emergency Room for her trauma, her chest CT scan showed evidence of a miracle: There was no penetrating injury to her thoracic cavity and no rib fractures, despite the fact that she was less than two feet away from the handgun. Later, a plastic surgery team determined that the bullet passed through her breast tissue and then hit something unexpected: her saline breast implant. Did her breast implants save her life?
[Off-Site] How fast this character's boobs moved to dodge a bullet : theydidthemath
Lydia Carranza was working in the office of a dentist in Beverly Hills, California when a gunman ran in and opened fire. He aimed the weapon directly at her heart but one of her silicone implants took the force of the blow, stopping bullet fragments from reaching her vital organs. The gunman had gone to the dental office looking for his wife, who also worked there. She was shot and killed in the attack.
Bullet Wounds and Breast Implants: Plastic Surgeon Prefers War to Cocktail Parties
Score one for proponents of cosmetic surgery! A Canadian woman testified on Wednesday that her breast implants may have saved her life when her ex-boyfriend shot her almost seven years ago. Likness told prosecutor Britta Kristensen that she pulled over on a side street in Okotoks — 45 km about 28 miles south of Calgary — to drop Chora off.
It must be somewhere. Maybe in his dresser drawer. Maybe underneath his bed.