Interesting Article on Billion-to-One Shots

From The Independent:

What are the chances of that?

In 2001 Laura Buxton released a balloon in Staffordshire. It was found 140 miles away – by a girl called Laura Buxton. Neville Ebin died in Bermuda when a taxi knocked him off his moped. A year later his brother was killed on the same moped in the same street by the same taxi driven by the same man and carrying the same passenger. And, best of all, in Massachusetts in 1965 Roger Lausier, aged four, was saved from drowning by a woman called Alice Blaise. Nine years later Roger saw a man drowning on the same beach, dived in and saved him. He was Alice Blaise’s husband.

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