Joan Murray

Joan Murray

In 1999, a skydiver named Joan Murray survived a 14,500-foot fall without her parachute. While skydiving, her main parachute failed and she landed on a fire ant mound. Thousands of venomous stings from fire ants caused an adrenaline rush that kept her heart beating long enough for doctors to stabilize her and save her.

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