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Four Teenagers Injured When Driver Faints While Trying To Hold Breath


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5/29/2010
Brent Adams
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According to police, four teenagers from upstate New York who attempted to hold their breath for the time it took for their vehicle to travel a third of a mile suffered personal injuries when the driver fainted.

 

Authorities said that three 19-year-old men and a 16-year-old boy were traveling together late on the night of May 24 when they decided they would try to hold their breath as they drove through Garbutt, a rural hamlet in the Rochester, New York area that is just three-tenths of a mile long.

 

According to Monroe County sheriff’s deputies, the driver, 19-year-old Caledonia, New York resident Bryan Parslow, fainted and the vehicle collided with a boulder.

 

Police cited Parslow for failure to stay in his lane. He is a paraplegic for whom the vehicle was specially equipped to drive.

 

All four teens received transport to a hospital and were released after undergoing treatment.



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