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Old 01-19-2009, 11:44 AM   #61
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Old 01-19-2009, 11:44 AM   #62
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In my defense this is actually the first accident I have ever seen in my 1yr 1/2 riding so I didn't know what to expect or to do all I know it scared the sh*t out of me and im glad Tim is ok...next time I know what to do NOW QUIT BASHING ME
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And I've only met Tim once, but I doubt he'd appreciate this thread.

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Old 01-19-2009, 11:46 AM   #64
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good idea. I have my ECA and traction is the first thing i would have done
Agreed.

As his ABC's were evaluated, his neck should have been immobilized, whether by splint or two knees keeping his head straight

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I have no medical training, what is ECA AND Traction?
Emergency Care Attendant. A traction splint is usually used on the arms, legs, pelvis, backbone, or neck to minimize movement (both internal and external) and possible further injury.
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so are we.


if they never sign up for group rides they will always be n00b's. And if recall there was a group of NON-NOOBS that hauled on a guy in a forest ride a while back.

I do not mind riding with n00bs as long as they listen to what they are told and learn. I was a n00b here last January but I have rode with many people on here and have became a better rider. That is what MH is about. A family of ridiers growing and helping other riders become better.
well mud, i see ure point. but in this case they failed.
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..next time I know what to do
and this right here is what matters. learn from what we are telling you. Some of us are not trying to bash but trying to explain so it doesn't happen again.
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In my defense this is actually the first accident I have ever seen in my 1yr 1/2 riding so I didn't know what to expect or to do all I know it scared the sh*t out of me and im glad Tim is ok...next time I know what to do NOW QUIT BASHING ME
why again? you don't have to defend yourself to me. I'm just saying I don't ride with people who don't know how to handle things when goes wrong. smart riders avoid people like you.
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Can't blame Evobusa cause you weren't there if the guy was saying no cop no ambulance over and over then it's a tough call. Part of the blame is on the rider too. Me myself I stop and help someone I see fall even if I know the cops are coming I could care less. I won't leave someone to die. I have helped total strangers when I have rolled up on crashes and seen people only stop to stare. I can't blame people for not stopping either considering the lawsuit happy society we live in.
It was a tough call I didn't know Tim and heard him say no ambulance what can I do but respect what he wishes even though is stupid

(Me thinking) I bet half the ppl posting in here bashing on me would of done the same choice if they were in my situation
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well mud, i see ure point. but in this case they failed.
SO LET'S KEEP ON RIPPING on him.... You guys are being , regardless of what point you are trying to make.
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wrong. Smart riders help him learn on what to do. Asshat riders avoid him and let keep doing the wrong .
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Agreed.

As his ABC's were evaluated, his neck should have been immobilized, whether by splint or two knees keeping his head straight



Emergency Care Attendant. A traction splint is usually used on the arms, legs, pelvis, backbone, or neck to minimize movement (both internal and external) and possible further injury.
Thanks Now I know to not move them unless they are lying in mud/water ect and can't beath.

Now what is ABC's?

Does anyone look up the # to the local EMS of the area the are riding to other than 911? I've called 911 from a cell before and it was a cluster !! mabe it has improved, but i dont want to wait to find out!!

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that's why i dont ride with big groups of ppl. Scary!!! Hope he's ok, i've broken my back in a car accident and again in a bike wreck... no bueno... My thoughts and prayers go out!
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wrong. Smart riders help him learn on what to do. Asshat riders avoid him and let keep doing the wrong .
well, I'm an asshat cuz I'd rather not ride with people who panic and make bad decisions. we'll see who lives the longest.
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Man, I hate to defend Jiffy Pop (Evo), but he wasnt the only one on the scene. Maybe he didnt react correctly. That sucks, but he wasnt the only one. He has to feel bad enough just seeing the guy laying there. Ease up, guys. Dont tell me that you bashers have made EVERY correct judgment call in every situation you have encountered. He didnt purposefully not call to hurt Tim's chances. He acknowledged that he made the wrong decision. That should be enough. I dont think Tim is any worse off because of the delay, so this is history. Move forward and make sure people know how to react at a crash scene, but dont make a dude feel worse than he already does.

Fck you guys. You made me preach, and I hate that !
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Thanks Now I know to not move them unless they are lying in mud/water ect and can't beath.

Now what is ABC's?

Does anyone look up the # to the local EMS of the area the are riding to other than 911? I've called 911 from a cell before and it was a cluster !! mabe it has improved, but i dont want to wait to find out!!
Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Obviously, airway is the most vital.

There can be a lot of EMS companies operating in the same area... 911 service may be a little backwards sometimes, but its still your best bet

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one of my friends goes down i dont care what their goofy is saying i'm calling the medics.

your arguements are pointless.. just take it as a lesson learned man. no matter what is said whats done is done.

this thread needs to be closed imo.
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