A mum-of-two was saved by her 38JJ breasts when a Mini Cooper crashed into her.
Sarah Foster, 28, was dragged to safety by her wife, Marie, 36, after bouncing off her car's windscreen.
Her children Steven, 13, and Megan, eight, were also in the car, which was in a lay-by on the A1.
She has told of how she got out of the car to smoke a cigarette when the Mini Cooper crashed into the central barrier at 80mph and straight into her.
Sarah, from Pontefract, West Yorkshire, rolled over the top of the car and ended up lying on the ground on the inside lane of the A1.
According to the Daily Mail, when paramedics arrived, they were stunned to discover she only suffered cuts, bruises and knee ligament damage.
Sarah was taken to Peterborough City Hospital following the crash last June.
Speaking to The Sun, Sarah said: "While I was in my hospital bed, the paramedic who treated me on the scene told me I was really lucky to be alive and that I should be grateful for my airbags. That was the word she used.
"She said I had my own airbags. I turned to my wife and said, 'I was going to get rid of them'."
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