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Old 07-17-2010, 03:53 PM   #1
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TEXAS CITY, Texas ó A motorcyclist died Friday after leaving a curved road and striking a speed limit sign, authorities said.

Christopher Risinger, 29, of Texas City, was found in the 2000 block of 34th Street North at 2:28 a.m. He died at a Galveston hospital, Texas City police Capt. Brian Goetschius said.

Risinger worked at BP and attended Baypoint Community Church.

Police found no skid marks on the road and said they didnít know whether speed was a factor in the single-vehicle crash.

Risinger was traveling north on 34th Street, approaching 25th Avenue North, when he encountered a curve, Goetschius said.

"Itís a bad corner for motorcycles," Goetschius said. He couldnít immediately remember whether any of the other motorcycle wrecks there were fatal.

Risinger wasnít wearing a helmet, Goetschius said.

"Weíre not sure what happened with no skid marks," Goetschius said. "A minimum speed can cause these injuries, and itís a contributing factor that he wasnít wearing a helmet."

A medical helicopter flew Risinger to the University of Texas Medical Branch, where he was pronounced dead, Goetschius said.
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Old 07-17-2010, 03:55 PM   #2
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R I P Christopher Risinger, but I will say this, when your ticket is punched there is No Argueing with the Reaper....I use to be a First Responder with the Fire Dept, and there was a many of time that when I would pick up the Helmet after a wreck there would be a head still in it....so how much did the Helmet help the rider... Yes it can help you at times but it is your choice....Ride On.
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R I P Christopher Risinger, but I will say this, when your ticket is punched there is No Argueing with the Reaper....I use to be a First Responder with the Fire Dept, and there was a many of time that when I would pick up the Helmet after a wreck there would be a head still in it....so how much did the Helmet help the rider... Yes it can help you at times but it is your choice....Ride On.
True, if the head don't stay on, a helmets kinda a mute point.... If it would've made a difference for this poor guy then I'm sure there is somebody out there that loved him and wished he had one on.
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RIP Christopher. Hope he didn't leave any kids behind.
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I don't know, been seeing it posted several times
Guess he's fishing to see who asks.
Sodium makes about as much sense as chlorine to me, so I posted it.

So fill us in JP.
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I believe the chlorine is used to clean up the blood...
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I believe the chlorine is used to clean up the blood...

Yeah I figured it was something sarcastically medical related.
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Yeah I figured it was something sarcastically medical related.
me too...... i figured yours was in reply to his to see if he would explain.
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