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Pastor's Motorcycle Crashes Into Pews
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Pastor Jeff Harlow intended to explain unity in his Sunday sermon in Kokomo, Ind., so he wheeled a motorcycle into church. He wanted to show how the rider becomes one with the bike. Instead, he lost control and the motorcycle shot off the platform and into the front pews.

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Odds are nobody slept through the Sunday sermon at a church in Kokomo, Indiana. Pastor Jeff Harlow intended to explain unity, so he wheeled a motorcycle into church. He wanted to show how the rider becomes one with the bike. Instead, he lost control. The motorcycle shot off the platform and into the front pews. Harlow injured his wrist, but fortunately the congregation is shy enough that the front row was vacant at the time.

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