This segment of the television show "Human Body: Pushing The Limits - Episode 1 - Strength" claims a person was sucked up by a tornado, and when he fell out of it he broke no bones because he was unconscious.
One final twist saves Matt's life something that allows his bones to use their natural strength to the maximum.
As the storm hits, it hurls a lamp across the room, knocking Matt out cold.
Matt's body goes completely limp. All his muscles are totally relaxed. This allows his bones to evenly absorb the shock of landing.
"They said that if I was conscious then it would have hurt me more than it did. They said I was so relaxed, that's why I didn't get hurt as bad."
If it is true where else is this phenomenon documented and how does it work?