Mason Wells Survived Three Terrorist Attacks
In April 2013, Utah teenager Mason Wells, a Mormon, was a block away from the bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon. He was there supporting his mother, and luckily, both were unharmed. Awed by his good fortune, Wells resolved to spread his message of faith and went on a missionary trip two years later ... to France. Where multiple coordinated attacks took place during his stay.
Not one to take hints, Wells continued his trip. He was standing in the customs line at an airport in Belgium when, of course, a bomb went off. He suffered severe burns to his face and arms, but eventually made a full recovery, at which point he decided to stop tempting fate and return home. Here he is, looking just ... super stoked about the whole situation.
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Austin Hatch Survived Two Plane Crashes, With The Same Pilot
In September 2003, eight-year-old Austin Hatch boarded a plane with his mother, five-year-old brother, and 11-year-old sister. His father, an anesthesiologist and pilot of five years, was flying that plane. You've read the header, you know where this entry is going. The plane crashed into a pole in Indiana, killing Austin's mother, brother, and sister. Austin survived thanks to the heroics of his father, who was badly burned during the crash. The cause of the crash remains disputed -- Mr. Hatch insisted it was equipment failure, while the official report said low fuel was the culprit.