In November of 2014, an Australian man went skydiving as part of a free fall program. He jumped from 12,000 feet and had a seizure at 9,000 feet, sending him into an unconscious free fall for a full 30 seconds.
Cancer, determination, community and daytime television all play a role in a touching story out of Miles City. After a five-year fight with ovarian cancer, Rosa Neese still had one more item to check off of her bucket list
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