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Man's head cut off by passing truck

By Li Qian (Shanghai Daily)

16:09, April 23, 2013

A drunken man had his head clipped off when he was spewing out of the car window and a truck zoomed past, police in Zhengzhou, Henan Province said.

The 29-year-old man was sitting in the back seat with three other adults and two children when he stuck his head out of the car window to vomit after dinner on Saturday night, today's Zhengzhou Evening News reported.

Neither the driver nor other people in the car noticed the horror until a 6-year-old sitting next to the victim suddenly found his head "disappeared."

Medical workers were immediately called to the scene and they were shocked as well by the sight. "I was petrified! It's so horrible," a doctor surnamed Li said.

Witnesses said the headless man was still sitting on the seat with blood all over the place. His head was found three kilometers away about 2am on Sunday.

Initial investigation showed the man's head was caught in the gap between the car and a truck driving on the adjoining lane. Police are still investigating the cause of this tragedy.

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