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Boy Passes Out On Rollercoaster, Internet Goes Wild.

Extreme speed and consecutive fainting below.

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'Twas an ordinary day in the life of young Daniel Barrón.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

Except for the fact that Daniel was about to go on Sling Shot, a ride at Six Flags that throws you up in the air using a giant, well... sling shot.

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Clearly, our young hero did not like the idea.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

NOT AT ALL.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

Especially when he was being flung full speed through the air.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

HEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPPP.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

But then, in the blink of an eye, Daniel passed out.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

And then woke up again!

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

And then he passed out.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

Until he woke up again!

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

And then passed out again.

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

AND WOKE UP AGAIN!

Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

Truly a momentous day in the life of our young hero.

So much so that, after it was uploaded to Facebook, the video reached almost 30 thousand shares and two million views.
Daniel Barrón / Via Facebook: daniel.barronmelendez

So much so that, after it was uploaded to Facebook, the video reached almost 30 thousand shares and two million views.

But before you judge Daniel for fainting, know that the effect is actually quite common.

At such extreme speeds, all the blood rushes to the feet and so the brain is momentarily left with no blood or oxygen. For that reason, many people, including pilots and some guests at amusement parks, lose consciousness.
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At such extreme speeds, all the blood rushes to the feet and so the brain is momentarily left with no blood or oxygen. For that reason, many people, including pilots and some guests at amusement parks, lose consciousness.

So, without further ado...

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Drumroll, please!

This post was translated from Spanish.

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