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16 Sep, 2018
Boy seriously hurt after YouTube ‘roundabout of death’ stunt
a An 11-year-old boy has been left seriously ill with an horrific injury only seen in fighter pilots after being forced to recreate a YouTube stunt known as the ‘Roundabout of Death.’
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