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Desc:From Fuji TV Japan, doing a demonstration of emergency escape equipment
Category:Classic TV Clips, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:news, Japan, Drop, broken hip, Mezamashi TV
Submitted:Reefer Fez
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Caminante Nocturno - 2008-04-12
Look at the fish behind the newscasters. There are so many of them.
kingarthur - 2008-04-12
I was wondering if some part of urban Japan hadn't experienced some sort of weird Yellow Submarine reality for a second there.

Baldr - 2008-04-12
She seemed so cheerful about the prospect of using measuring tape to rappel down a building.
SenilePlacebo - 2008-04-12
The only thing that makes me happier than my own laughter was to hear the laughter of the commentators... until they actually start to wonder whether or not she survived.

I wonder if they were reporting her departure into the great beyond after the cut.

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-04-12
A reporter accidentally falls out of a 5th or 6th floor window and probably doesn't land very softly.

There is a moment of shocked silence.

And a Japanese woman suddenly breaks out laughing: "AH HA HA HA!!"

The only thing this was missing was an "are you OK?" tag.

BillFisto - 2008-07-11
I swear, it's Trixie's EXACT laugh from the Speed Racer cartoon, as well.

Scynne - 2008-04-12
There is nothing about this that is not perfect.
Gwago - 2008-04-12
Oh yeah. Duct tape will do the trick.
Cube - 2008-04-12
It was supposed to slow down the fall, I assume?

Cube - 2008-04-12
I mean, in contrast to just measuring how far down she fell.

fermun - 2008-04-12
The equipment functioned exactly how it was designed to.

chumbucket - 2008-04-12
I guess Japan has nothing like OSHA - ah well, time to hire another reporter
uekibachi - 2008-04-12

they said that she was okay and sorry to make the audience worried at the end. but the best part was.....

"oh i wonder if she's okay?....... TIME FOR THE WEATHER!"

revdrew - 2008-04-12
I like how the fall not only broke her hip, but turned her into stone.
ihounokyaku - 2008-04-12
I love how they're all like "don't worry, she's conscious."

SARS - 2008-04-12
I'm think this might be a dupe...
Konversekid - 2008-04-12
How could no one working there not see this coming?
UnderANeonHalo - 2008-04-12
5 stars just for deciding that the top floor was probably the best place to do this from.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-04-13
Darwin Awards: the Japan edition
Cleaner82 - 2008-05-08
Two seconds in I thought, "Ooooh dear."
gambol - 2008-06-03
I don't think that it took me that long. The growing sense of dread made this hard for me to watch.

caseyt - 2008-06-30
What was the point of her jumping out the window? And did she die?
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