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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-13-2005, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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just a reminder to ride safe. **intense video attached**

This is graphic everyone. Not for the weak stomach. But this made me realize that not even gear will keep you alive....RIP.


http://24.221.29.243/video/videobikes/badr1accident.wmv

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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-13-2005, 05:44 PM
 
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R.i.p.

Almost 8 minutes of footage and no EMS. Too bad. Looks like somebody ran something and ended in 2 deaths and maybe 3 injured. Group ride with the bike hitting passenger side.

Gear is still important. We all know no matter what nothing makes you inpenetrable though. As as you can see, even being in a cage you can die.

Life is life is life. Ride on.

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Well I have say that was lot footage with no EMS there. Hell of impact that bike that same. RIP

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Funny, I didn't even read your posts and I was going to post NO EMS after that lough glad I don't live in Europe. They dude had to be going like 120 for all that too happen. He lost a Boot, now you know some weird shit had to of been goin on if you lose a boot. But yeah that dudes definitly dead.

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just remember your body is a a bag of water in the middle is a stick type frame of bones, gear will protect from abrasion and MILD impact, not major impact, even a helmet does only so much.

but as we can see T-boneing a car around 50-90mpr will bust you up!


to me from what i can tell off that tape is it is in euro, and the car turned infront of the rider. rider t-bones, on impacting the car or ground snapped his neck



then again i could be all wrong, this is just my opinion.



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you guys are sure he's dead?

hey Ken, ya should be a freakin detective
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Looked like a serious rider, worn pucks ,and gear. I know you shouldnt move a person after that but no CPR attempt ? what would be the right thing to do?A little off topic...Where does a person go to get CPR training ? I was spooked by th vid bigtime .
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I have to agree with everyone. Why were they just standing around and not trying to revive the poor guy. I sure don't want to ride with those guys is they are'nt even going to try and help me out.
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that dude was DOI , if you guys cant tell his neck was snapped, the blue face would indicate he was starving for oxygen, cause his body was still alive for a bit, but his heart and lungs nerves were broken, so his death was hopfully short and pain free.



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Looked like a serious rider, worn pucks ,and gear. I know you shouldnt move a person after that but no CPR attempt ? what would be the right thing to do?A little off topic...Where does a person go to get CPR training ? I was spooked by th vid bigtime .
Check with your local fire department for cpr training, most dept's offer it. I encourage everyone to get trained, never know when your going to need it.




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your gonna die tony before i put my lips on you...lol


j/k bro, you know i would do everything i could.



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I have to agree with everyone. Why were they just standing around and not trying to revive the poor guy. I sure don't want to ride with those guys is they are'nt even going to try and help me out.
You also have to factor in how bad he was hurt and possible help could of made it worse or broke his spine or something. That's why I've heard that some medical personnel won't help strangers due to the fact of getting sued trying to help. Don't know how true this is???


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There are lots of why's no one was helping him. One thing I can tell you for sure and hope that everyone that reads memorizes this. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAKE A HELMET OFF UNLESS REALLY, AND i MEAN REALLY NEEDED. You can do more harm then good. Let those who are trained do the job.

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I had a guy drop right in front of me.I could not find a pulse .His skin was cold in about three minutes .He had tags that said heart condition .He was in his sixtys.We had paramedics there in about four minutes (mundelein) Parmedics did everything they could .They said massive heart attack,nothing would have brought him back . I lost my Dad the same way .Accept he could have made it if someone was around .I think I will get some cpr training this year,local college.Heck it could be a whole new way to meet chicks.
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you guys, knowing CPR can really do you little good in this situation. CPR is for when your heart has stopped. In the kind of situations we are likely to face, you are better off spending your money on a FIRST AID course. Learn how to stop bleeding, prevent shock, splint, etc. Seriously-- I have taught CPR for over a decade now and its use is limited and rare. I am not saying it's not a worthwhile skill to have-- it is-- but a downed rider will rarely benefit from it. It's not cheap, and certification takes a good 8 hours of your time-- take first aid instead.
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you guys, knowing CPR can really do you little good in this situation. CPR is for when your heart has stopped. In the kind of situations we are likely to face, you are better off spending your money on a FIRST AID course. Learn how to stop bleeding, prevent shock, splint, etc. Seriously-- I have taught CPR for over a decade now and its use is limited and rare. I am not saying it's not a worthwhile skill to have-- it is-- but a downed rider will rarely benefit from it. It's not cheap, and certification takes a good 8 hours of your time-- take first aid instead.
I have a good basis for first aid already (navy)With a rider situation it scares me .Cant see a broken rib or vertabre with all the gear we wear .Is Paint Oddy right? broke neck blue skin?I will get the training anyway .I seem to run into situations like this ... and Im not even in the medical feild .
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i am not super sure but there is a head trauma, and blueness in the face. which to me indicates some suffocation and internal bleeding.
for him to die that quick, i am thinking broken neck.

face it, the guy turned his insides into mush when he hit that car from the impact.

no which way you look at it, he is DOI or DOA just hope he didnt suffer to long.




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