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Discussion in 'Hall of Fame' started by Mick, Nov 30, 2009.
My god that must have been horrific to watch that poor cyclist die like that.
It would have been horrible to see, getting those images out of your head isn't an easy thing.
Big accident at work where one driver unconscious and the other frothing from the mouth and groaning, with being the first person on the scene the images and sounds stayed with me for a long time. The lad that was unconcious I thought he was dead, in the end both drivers walked away after a long recovery and now ok.
Yeah I'm lucky enough not to have seen anything like that, although I've always said if I did I wouldn't be able to get over it.
Flies. Smart enough to get through a 2-inch opening in the window, dumb enough not to exit through a fully opened one.
Didnt see the accident actually happen just the aftermath when they were trying to save him and then when they declared him dead. Terribly sad, glad I didn't get closer to see more though those that were closer were really traumatised
I've gotten much better at killing them though recently, got 3 of the buggers in recent days.
I am a dab hand at getting the blighters when they get into the house. I use a flamethrower to burn the bastards.
I just use a book.
I think I may have to start doing that. Gets very expensive having to keep on replacing stuff I have destroyed as the insurance will no longer pay out and the fire brigade get fed up being called out every day.
I use my "Killing Flies For Dummies" book to kill them.
My parents have a holiday home in Norfolk and I remember when this woman got killed on the road to the beach, fell off her vehicle and got dragged underneath - didn't see it but when I walked down there, there was an awful lot of blood.
Back in 1986 I was in a mini bus and we had stopped at a junction wanting to turn right. The road we were turning onto was very busy and noticed this woman attempting to cross it. A car slammed into her and tossed her high into the air before she landed onto the road. Shook everybody up. Found out the next day in the local paper that it had killed her. Can still picture it in my mind.
I worked in my local casualty department for some years so i got used to seeing broken bodies,the only times it affected me was when children were brought in and some cases have and will always stay with me.My admiration for NHS workers is huge.
The wife to be has just been signed off as a Paediatric nurse and what she has seen will stay with her forever.
As a side note she has no sympathy for teachers.
Sorry to hear that mate,i had to quit after a dreadful night shift taking 3 dead children to the mortuary which took me too close to cracking up but i had the good sense to leave before becoming ill which was a shame because it was the best job i've ever had.
All this 'Royal Baby' bollocks that will be everywhere for the next few months.
The press will no doubt be all over it for more than many months. We are all going to see chat child grow up.
I feel sorry for their child!
Don't think I could cope with seeing broken bodies and children - usually why paramedics have such a brilliant sense of humour, some of the things they must see