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"THE DAY I ALMOST DIED" is about accidents that occur without warning, but what if it was your own doing that put yourself into a deadly situation? THE DAY I ALMOST DIED is a series that combines astounding first-person accounts with stunning dramatic recreations and real life footage to reveal that anyone, at any time, can fall victim to a fatal self-inflicted injury. From falling off a boat only to be sucked under the motor, to shooting a nail gun through your heart, or getting nearly crushed by a big rig, each episode features three harrowing stories of people who almost accidentally killed themselves.
A mom sends a text while driving and wakes up with a guardrail through her car; young woman partying falls off a boat into a spinning propeller;a professional sword swallower nearly makes the ultimate sacrifice.
A farmer's arm gets stuck in a corn picker; a woman's home project turns into a nightmare as doctors try to save her life; a young man's life changes in an instant on a California beach.
An Arizona teenager slips with disastrous consequences when he tries to jump a fence to the pool. A Louisiana bull rider has a run in with a bull that he barely survives. A Michigan woman's home improvement project ends in a bloody disaster.
A truck mechanic is working under a big rig when it crashes off its jack. A Florida teenager "car surfing" on a friend's car flies off the car and into the roadway. A Utah man who lives to hunt almost dies from it on opening day of deer season.
A woman is rock climbing with friends when a boulder falls on her. A California woman rushing to her knitting circle falls on her bag of knitting needles. An adrenaline junkie nearly ends his thrill seeking life attempting to break a speed record.
A fireworks enthusiast buys illegal explosives that backfire; a father falls asleep at the wheel; a pilot ground tests his gyrocopter.
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