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#5 Joan Ginther
This is a saleswoman who sold the lucky $5.4 million lottery ticket to Joan Ginther. 10 years later, Joan won $2 million, and 3 years later, $3 million more. Finally, in 2008, she won a jackpot of $10 million.
#4 Juliane Koepcke
Juliane Koepcke survived a plane crash right above the Amazon River in 1971. The 17-year-old girl was able to get out of the crash with numerous bruises and cuts. She had to survive the harness of the jungle for a number of days before getting rescued by locals. She was the sole survivor of the crash.
#3 Maarten de Jonge
Professional Dutch racing cyclist Maarten de Jonge booked tickets for both flights with the Malaysian airlines and canceled his booking last moment. One of the planes disappeared somewhere in the Indian Ocean, and the other got shut down the summer of 2014.
#2 Reshma Begum
Reshma Begum was working as a seamstress in a factory in one of the 18-storied buildings, ’Rana Plaza’ located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She was one the lucky few to survive the collapse. Unfortunately, due to an explosion, she remained trapped under the rubble. Fortunately, she was able to find some water and food to survive for 17 days, until the rescuers let her out.
#1 Frane Selak
Frane Selak is a Croatian music teacher who has first escaped death when a train fell into the lake. After that, he survived a car crash, fell out of the plane, and landed in a stack of hay, while 19 passengers tragically died. The man also survived a few car crashes. Finally, Frane won about a million dollars in a lottery.
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