frev Posted 19 November , 2004 Share Posted 19 November , 2004 The following snippet was found in an Australian Newspaper - "The Inglewood Advertiser", 21st March 1916 - perhaps someone knows if it's true!! "Corporal Richard Davies, of Bloxwich, North of England, owes his life to the fact that his heart is on the wrong side. A bullet went through the place where his heart ought to have been, and the doctors were puzzled by his living until they found that his heart was on the other side. The bullet passed through his left lung, but he has recovered." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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