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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-06-2009, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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My future Father & Brother-in-law hurt on motorcycle....

From what was gathered by medics so far, is my father-in-law while riding with his 10yo son struck a deer... My father in law has a broken arm and clavicle, and the 10yo has internal bleeding of the spleen and possibly a ruptured lung. I fucking hate bikes religiously..... I'm trying to hold it together for my fiance but i know as soon as she gets back from the hospital and i see the look on her face it's gonna kill me..

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Re: My future Father & Brother-in-law hurt on motorcycle....

I'm sorry to hear.
It'll be tough when she gets back, but you need to be strong for her to help her keep herself together.

I wish them both a speedy recovery.

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Re: My future Father & Brother-in-law hurt on motorcycle....

Given the fact they hit a deer on a bike their injuries could have been much more severe. Hopefully they were both wearing helmets as they reduce motorcycle fatality by 50%. For you father in law the arm and clavicle will heal.... The clavicle is actually the most commonly broken bone in the body, and generally takes the longest to heal. For you 10 yo brother in law the upside is kids bounce back from injury really well with proper care. Collapsed lungs are easily reinflated with chest tubes. I can't really speak to his splenic injuries as they could be minor and easily repaired or severe. Hopefully they're at a hospital with a good peds surgical team..... If not they'll probably send him somewhere else for surgery.

Just try to be as calm and supportive as you can for you fiancÚ and her family right now as they'll probably need all the support they can get. I hope everythin turns out well.


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i hope so man,  if something happens to his son.  i don't know what he'd do, knowing he was involved.  Not that he is to blame, I'm sure he wasn't riding like an idiot, hes a very responsible person.  i just hate hearing about kids getting hurt, and knowing the victims in this case only makes it harder.  I could have went to the hospital with her but i opted not to, id be a wreck if i did.  i also didn't think it we be good my 4 year old to see his friend/uncle and pop-pop like that..

Maybe it would be good, help him to realize we people aren't invincible.

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Re: My future Father & Brother-in-law hurt on motorcycle....

That sucks to hear dude, I hope they are both ok.

No way would I ever take my son on a motorcycle. Hell I worry when he's riding his bike that he's gonna fall off and get hurt.



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Turns out they didn't hit a deer. It attacked them. :shock: It jumped over their bike knocked off you young boy and stomped on my father-in-law. Even after it had knocked them both of it kept attacking them. I guess there was quite a few witnesses and they were all of course shocked and apparently to stunned to do anything about it. I know Id be stunned.

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Is the bike alright?

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^^^that's fucked up dude........bikes are fuckin dangerous man idk about other people but no way i'd take another person on one, let alone in an area where dear live :shock:

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Bikes arent really dangerous. Its the conditions.
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