21-Year-Old’s Skin-Tight Red Dress Saves Her Life In Horrific Car Crash
A 21-year-old partygoer survived a horrific car crash earlier this month thanks to her skin-tight bodycon dress, which amazingly prevented her bones from piercing her internal organs.
Zoe Turner, who paid just $55 for the Missguided skin-tight red dress, was on her way to a Christmas party in a taxi when the horrible car crash occurred.
As reported by The Metro in Britain, the crash between the taxi and a cement mixer truck left Zoe and her three friends with life-threatening injuries, but doctors confirmed that Zoe’s Skin-tight red dress was so tight that it acted like an old-fashioned corset and stopped her bones popping out and perforating her vital organs.
Speaking to reporters from her hospital bed, Zoe, who is thankful to even be alive said,
I couldn’t believe my dress saved my life. That’s the best £35 I’ve ever spent. Although I didn’t come off lightly, the end result could have been a lot worse. I was in unimaginable pain. My body was aching and I just remember thinking – I have to get my belt off. The pain and restriction my dress was causing was unbearable and I stumbled out of the car. The doctors told me that if I hadn’t worn such a tight dress which held in place my bones as the car impacted, I would have most definitely punctured vital organs as my bones went out of place.
Zoe, who wore the skin-tight red dress to attend her 44-year-old mum’s work Christmas party at Leeds United’s Elland Road football ground, took a taxi along with some mates to the venue.
But soon after the taxi set off, a cement truck collided with the car Zoe was in, while she sat in the front seat, thankfully with her seat belt on.
According to reports, the driver’s head went through the front window and her three friends were left unconscious in the back seat, while firefighters arrived within five minutes and cut open the vehicle to free the injured passengers.
Zoe added, “I thought everyone else was dead. I was in so much shock I didn’t realise how serious my injuries were. I laid in the hospital bed unable to move my legs. I was so scared, I didn’t know if I’d be able to walk again. I just wanted my parents there – the pain was piercing.”