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IU employees Herb Jones and April Purlee roll on the ground as part of the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims' organized attempt to break the current world record of 1,719 people simultaneously stop, drop and rolling. The Guinness World Records requires participants roll on the ground for 30 seconds in order for the attempt to count.  Emily Eckelbarger

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IU employees Herb Jones and April Purlee roll on the ground as part of the Office of Insurance, Loss Control & Claims' organized attempt to break the current world record of 1,719 people simultaneously stop, drop and rolling. The Guinness World Records requires participants roll on the ground for 30 seconds in order for the attempt to count. 

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