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Чудо во Њујорк: Месечарел и паднал од 8 кат, останал жив

Чудо во Њујорк: Месечарел и паднал од 8 кат, останал жив
A sleepwalking man tumbled six stories out of a Lower East Side apartment window and survived, cops said. Randy Phothisane even got up after his fall early Sunday morning to be helped to safety through a window by firefighters. He s OK. We re waiting for more information, Phothisane s brother told The Post on Monday. The sibling said Phothisane, 35, who works the day shift at an industrial site, had a history of sleepwalking when he was younger. Phothisane s girlfriend told cops that he took her sleeping pills before hitting the sack, law-enforcement sources said. At around 5 a.m. Sunday, Phothisane, who lives in Rochester, climbed out of her eighth-floor window on South Street near Clinton Street and fell onto scaffolding six stories below wearing nothing but boxers, she told police. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital with a broken leg and rib and injuries to his back and torso, police said. Thank God he is alive, said his mother, Pamela Phothisane. I really don t know how he fell. I am really worried about him. Still, she scolded, Next time maybe you won t be so lucky. People who use over-the-counter sleeping pills are more likely to report having had at least two sleepwalking episodes a month, a 2012 study found. The study, from the Stanford University School of Medicine, also found that, in general, about 3.6 percent of adults are prone to sleepwalking and about a third of Americans will do it at some point in their life. The part of the brain responsible for physical movement is active, while the part of the brain responsible for executive functioning is asleep, Dr. Mark Mahowald, a study researcher and co-founder of the sleep-disorder research center Sleep Forensic Associates, told The Times Union in December. Therefore, the sleepwalker can perform activities that require tremendous agency, even injuring themselves or others, without being culpable for their actions. ***NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY***. 29 Jan 2018 Pictured: Randy Phothisane, 35. Photo credit: G.N.Miller/NYPost/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

Месечар излегол низ прозорецот од станот и паднал од осмиот кат.

Ренди Потисан (35) паднал на градежно скеле шест катови подолу од катот каде се наоѓа неговиот стан во Њујорк и останал жив.

Пожарникарите од кренале од скелето и низ прозорецот го внеле во неговиот стан каде дошла итната помош.

Ренди при падот скршил нога и го повредил градниот кош и грбот. Неговиот брат рече дека Ренди и претходно месечарел.

A sleepwalking man tumbled six stories out of a Lower East Side apartment window and survived, cops said. Randy Phothisane even got up after his fall early Sunday morning to be helped to safety through a window by firefighters. He s OK. We re waiting for more information, Phothisane s brother told The Post on Monday. The sibling said Phothisane, 35, who works the day shift at an industrial site, had a history of sleepwalking when he was younger. Phothisane s girlfriend told cops that he took her sleeping pills before hitting the sack, law-enforcement sources said. At around 5 a.m. Sunday, Phothisane, who lives in Rochester, climbed out of her eighth-floor window on South Street near Clinton Street and fell onto scaffolding six stories below wearing nothing but boxers, she told police. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital with a broken leg and rib and injuries to his back and torso, police said. Thank God he is alive, said his mother, Pamela Phothisane. I really don t know how he fell. I am really worried about him. Still, she scolded, Next time maybe you won t be so lucky. People who use over-the-counter sleeping pills are more likely to report having had at least two sleepwalking episodes a month, a 2012 study found. The study, from the Stanford University School of Medicine, also found that, in general, about 3.6 percent of adults are prone to sleepwalking and about a third of Americans will do it at some point in their life. The part of the brain responsible for physical movement is active, while the part of the brain responsible for executive functioning is asleep, Dr. Mark Mahowald, a study researcher and co-founder of the sleep-disorder research center Sleep Forensic Associates, told The Times Union in December. Therefore, the sleepwalker can perform activities that require tremendous agency, even injuring themselves or others, without being culpable for their actions. ***NO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, NO NEW YORK TIMES, NO NEWSDAY***.<br />29 Jan 2018<br />Pictured: NYFD aid the victim, Randy Phothisane, 35, from the fall.<br />Photo credit: G.N.Miller/NYPost/MEGA<br />TheMegaAgency.com<br />+1 888 505 6342

Девојката на Ренди рекла дека тој главно зема апчиња за спиење при одење во кревет.

-Загрижена сум за него. Се плашам дека следниот пат можеби нема да има толку среќа, рече неговата мајка.

Луѓето кои користат апчиња без рецепти почесто се во опасност од месечарење. Истражувањето од 2012 година спроведено на Универзитетот Стенфорд покажа дека 3,6 отсто од возрасните луѓе месечарат.

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