April 19, 2013: Man survives Boston Marathon bombings and Texas explosion
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Man survives Boston Marathon bombings and Texas explosion

The odds of something like this happening are probably similar to lightning striking twice in the same spot. Regardless, the next time you think you've had a stressful week, think of Joe Berti.

Man survives Boston bombings and Texas explosion
Larry Brown Sports

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Many people have been telling Joe Berti he’s unlucky to witness both events, but he feels differently.

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