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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-15-2011, 09:47 AM Thread Starter
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Motorcycleist Hits Urnal on the Edens

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/0..._n_960310.html

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where do you get he hit a urinal?

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where do you get he hit a urinal?
Try new link, Tribune cut stroy short



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Rider is hospitalized and reportedly pissed

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da ding ding ching!

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we all saw that joke comin from before the onramp.

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I have no humor for the article focusing on the urinal instead of the injuries my brother sustained,he is lucky to be alive he is in terrible pain with multiple breaks in his leg and hand. The question that needs to be asked is why was.'t there a gate on the back of the truck. his second surgery went well hopefully the ones to follow will also go well.
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He broke at least 2 bones in his left leg and lost most of the muscle and tissue surrounding the lower leg. The doctors left the wound open until Thursday when they will go back in for more surgery. His ankle is also bad. He broke two bones in his right hand and ligaments between the fingers. He is expected to be non-weight bearing for at least 3 months. There will be a long recovery. What he remembers about the accident is that sheet metal came off a plumbing truck and other cars swirved out of the way, but being on the bike, it was too late for him to avoid.
too late to avoid? Following too close? Riding a streched 'Busa?

I'd like to know if he was wearing a helmet when he hit the head.

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