Cars smash up German man's home for 10th time

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BERLIN, Aug 30 (Reuters) - A German man said on Thursday he feared he may have built his own tomb after a vehicle ploughed into his house for the 10th time. "If we stay, someone's eventually going to kill us. We're living in a time bomb," Manfred Sedlazek, 59, told Reuters. Sedlazek is reluctant to leave the house he built himself, which is on a bend of a busy road, but said it may be his only chance of survival. Earlier this week, a 40-tonne truck blasted through the side of the ...

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