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VIDEO: John Lennon soundtracks the apocalypse

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Thanks to a slightly unhealthy passion for film, we often imagine what song would best accompany the important moments in our life.

Like that time we ran through the airport to stop that girl from getting on that plane and Arcade Fire's Crown Of Love gave the situation some added drama. Okay so that never actually happened but if it did, that's the song we'd play.

So, say the world was ending and all around us there were spectacular electrical storms, we'd quite happily have John Lennon's Imagine playing.

That's the opportune situation that befell the passengers of a Russian car this week. An electrical substation experienced an "apocalyptic accident" while Imagine played eerily in the background.

Oh and you can enjoy this as no-one died.

You can also take the John Lennon quiz here.

(Image: YouTube)

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