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Child healed of injuries from bike accident
I was quite young when a friend from across the street asked if I would like to ride his new bike—a fast, sleek machine with ten gears and special brakes. I was excited but a bit apprehensive as I mounted the leather saddle.
Now, this friend lived atop a hill, on a road feeding right down onto a city street. As I quickly gained speed, I noticed a car coming down the street below. I tried to pedal in reverse to apply the brakes as I did on my own bike, not being aware that on this new bike you had to squeeze a lever on the handlebars to apply the brakes. I swerved to miss the car, but the bike and I went down hard and slid across the street.
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