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Old 05-04-2019, 10:01   #4
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The patient was the driver, ran a red light and was T-boned on the driver’s side (hence the Left sided leg fractures)

There has been much discussion amongst the service and the consensus was that at one time he may have had an ischemic event with “dead heart” along the ventricle where it ruptured and why it wouldn’t hold a stitch or clamp.

Autopsy will tell- would love to post a photo...

As far as the shark with the speargun through his eye with no brain damage ... I’ll take all the practice I can get 😁
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"I have hung out in dangerous places a lot over the years, from combat zones to biker bars, and it is the weak, the unaware, or those looking for it, that usually find trouble.

Ain't no one getting out of this world alive. All you can do is try to have some choice in the way you go. Prepare yourself (and your affairs), and when your number is up, die on your feet fighting rather than on your knees. And make the SOBs pay dearly."
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