A woman survived a horror motorway crash without a single broken bone – thanks to her huge double JJ BOOBS which acted like an AIRBAG.
Mum-of-two Sarah Foster, 28, stopped in a lay-by during a family trip and jumped out the car to make a call and have a cigarette.
Married Sarah was horrified when a car travelling 80mph smashed into the central reservation and headed straight for her.
But the curvy mum’s chest bounced straight off the windscreen and instead of being crushed into the tree with the car, she was sprung over the car and on to the road.
Amazed doctors revealed Sarah had no broken bones and told the relieved cleaner her super-sized chest saved her life, by acting like an AIRBAG to cushion the blow.
Sarah had amazingly booked an appointment to discuss a breast reduction just days after the horror smash, but has now vowed never to get rid of her lifesavers.
Buxom Sarah, from Pontefract, Yorkshire, said: “The doctor said to me – I remember it so clearly – he said ‘I don’t know how you survived’.
“We were in shock. They said your shoes have been blown off, your clothes have been blown off, we don’t know how you are here.
“I asked ‘what saved me?’ and they said my boobs bounced me off the windscreen.”
“They were all bruised – and they said that literally saved my life.”
“I was really overwhelmed. We just cried and it was a terrible thing to go through.
“The ambulance woman came back to me too and she said I was really lucky to be alive and I had to be grateful to have my ‘airbags’. That was the word she used.
“She said I had my own airbags and I turned to my wife and said ‘I was going to get rid of them, I was going to get rid of them’.
“If I’d have got rid of them I might not be here today – they saved my life.”
Curvaceous Sarah was self-conscious about her 38 JJ boobs and was starting to suffer with extreme neck and back pain, before her accident on June 7 last year.
After discussing it with her wife Marie, 37, she decided to book an appointment with her GP to discuss reduction surgery after weekend away for a christening.
“I was having really severe back problems and my neck was starting to hunch over where my boobs were literally weighing me down,” she recalled.
“Me and Marie were talking and I was like ‘listen I just really want to get rid of them, I can’t do it anymore’ and she said we’ll go to the doctors then after we’ve come back from the christening.”
She was driving to the event in Leighton Buzzard, Beds., with the couple’s children Steven, 13, and Megan, eight, when they stopped in a lay by.
Sarah jumped out of the car for a cigarette and to make a phone call, standing on a path between the layby and a field, off the A1 near Peterborough, at lunchtime.
Shocked Sarah turned around just in time to see a Mini Cooper smash into the central reservation, and turn to head straight towards her.
The terrified mum turned to have one last look at her family before she remembers seeing the air bags in the car deploy just before she hit the car windscreen – boobs first.
Her horrified family saw her bounce off the car and catapult over the vehicle into the road, before the Mini smashed straight into a tree.
“I hit the windscreen, and heard the smash, and my boobs hit it so hard it just smashed and I don’t remember anything after that.”
“Marie said I bounced and went straight over the top of the car.
Care assistant Marie dragged unconscious Sarah off the road, called an air ambulance, and she was taken to Peterborough Hospital.
The impact was so intense it ripped off her clothes from the waist down, and medics strapped her to a board and sent her for countless tests.
But miraculously she escaped with torn knee ligaments and severe bruising to her chest and body.
She said medics said she was saved by her huge natural boobs, which acted just like an airbag to both cushion the blow, and bounce her over the car away from harm.
“I went into majors and I had scans, x-rays, and blood tests done and everything you can think of,” said Sarah.
“I was in a lot of pain but believe it or not I didn’t break any bones in my body.
“The doctors told me that if I wasn’t so big chested I probably would have been dead and that my boobs saved my life.
“The doctors stressed that quite a lot to me – that because of my size and my boobs, they saved my life.
“They said if I had been really skinny I wouldn’t have bounced and just stayed on the car and gone up against the tree that she hit, but instead I bounced and rolled.
“When they said that to me I said ‘no, I’m never getting rid of them, they are staying’.”
The female driver of the Mini was not charged after the accident was apparently ruled a “freak accident”, but Sarah was awarded £5,000 from the motorists insurance company.