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Student's Amazing Reflexes Help Him Dodge Falling Glass Ceiling

A college student in Argentina is hailing a “miracle” after he dodged a glass ceiling as it crashed to the floor. Pablo Onocko had just walked inside a building in the northeastern city of Resistencia to take shelter from a violent storm on Wednesday night when he heard the glass canopy above detaching. Surveillance footage shows him looking upward and then instinctively diving to the ground.
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