Who said potholes are bad?
The man’s heart reached 200 beats per minute during the seven-mile 20-minute ride in an ambulance, the report said.
The ambulance hit a pothole and the man’s heartbeat converted to a normal rhythm, medics later told the hospital. The phenomenon is rare, but does happen, said one doctor.
"One way to treat that is with an electrical shock. Classically, you'll see it on television. The paddles, 'Clear' and a big jolt. Turns out, you can do that with a pothole," said Nebraska Medicine’s Dr. Andrew Goldsweig.