Dumball 3000 Claims Second Life!

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That's right, the Gumball 3000 has now claimed a second civilian life.

The international rally Gumball 3000 claimed the second victim today - Margarita Chepunjoska, the wife of Vladimir, who died two days ago, has passed away today in the Skopje Clinic Center.

Margarita was severely injured in the accident that took place on Wednesday, when a participant of the rally crashed his Porsche into the car driven by her husband.

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With "heart attack" already taken, e're waiting to hear what the Gumball 3000 leadership team's going to cite as the cause of death for Mrs. Chepunjoska in their next press release — massive hangnail? [Hat tip to Oliver!]

Gumball 3000 claimed another life in Macedonia [makfax.com]

Related:
"Scumball 3000" Is Not The Scummy Gumball 3000 — Enter The "Dumball 3000"; Scumball 3000 Shows Us What The Scene Of A Heart Attack Looks Like; Gumballers Nick Morley And Matthew McConville Arrested After Hit-And-Run Fatality [internal]

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