Having survived in a terrible accident, the man became centenarian

For Sam Ladward, a birthday is not a sad holiday at all. He was one hundred and six, despite the fact that a man 76 years ago considered dead in an accident when he crashed on a motorcycle. Photos from open sources Former carpenter in 1936 ended up in a terrible accident on a 500cc Triumph motorcycle, on which before traveled no more than two months. Sam Ladward bought a hell of a car from local farmer. The ill-fated motorcycle belonged to his son, but brought the guy continuous trouble. “I just brought him to my senses,” – recalls Mr. Ladward. “Put the rear tires. I thought with the front is all right, but wrong. It turned out – they are nightmares. ” Crashed on a motorcycle, Sam Ladward fell into such a deep coma, that the doctors decided that he had passed away. But the porter who drove him to hospital morgue, noticed that the “corpse” moves and returned it back to the ward where Sam Ladward spent five days until returned to consciousness. “My first recollection of the day when I came to, steel people standing around the bed and patting someone’s hands on my hand, ”the surviving man says miraculously. “I knocked out the feeding cup from the nurse’s hands.” To heal the injured head and face took another six months. Now that Mr. Ladward is celebrating his 106th birthday, he says with confidence that he lived not just long, but good a life. In addition, not everyone has such a “happy chance” twice to be born. After all, exactly what he managed to survive, he calls it great luck, and jokes: “Everything will be fine with me, and so soon you won’t get rid of me. “He continues almost every day ride from home in Guernafield to the city by bus with his companion to 90-year-old Millie Minshell, the cousin of his late wife. Mr. Ladward, born and raised in Cheshire, lived with his Edith’s late wife in Blackpool. Mrs. Ladward passed away in 1993 but before dying, she told her husband what would happen to him keep an eye on her sister. “She said go to Millie,” recalls Sam Ladward. “And here I am really well. We take care of each other friend. And we walk a lot, although, by the way, I am getting a little old for of this. Although, I hold on well for the old man, “Mr. laughs Ladward. And Millie herself claims that the relative is not bad at all. for his age. Sam Ladward celebrated his 106th birthday at to the family of Mrs. Minshell’s daughter.

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