[General] to come off sb's bike vs to fall off sb's bike

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kompstar

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Hello.

Do the sentences below mean the same? If "no" what's the difference between them?

1. She came off her bike, which landed upside down in a muddy ditch. -> http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/upside-down

1. She fell off her bike, which landed upside down in a muddy ditch. -> I've created by myself.
 

Rover_KE

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They mean the same.
 
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