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This happens all the time. Did he forget how he got the tattoos?
A little background on this. The father was trying to stay with the mother so that they could raise the baby together, but she was the crazy girlfriend from hell, so he decided to leave her and apply for sole custody after the baby was born. She decided that the baby was the problem and if she didn't have it, he would come running back. And, as we all know, acting like a crazy bitch and stabbing your unborn child makes guys come running back. FYI, the baby and mother were both fine. She only stabbed 1/2 cm deep.
AMA = Against Medical Advice. As a patient, you have a legal right to leave the hospital even if a doctor says you are not discharged. Unless you are under arrest.
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She fell of a motorcycle at bike week with a blood alcohol level 3 times the legal limit. Living life to the fullest, I guess? By the way, she was fine.
It's amazing what shock will protect you from. This guy didn't even know he was injured. Also, if you ride a motercycle, please, please, PLEASE, wear a helmet!
This one is actually pretty sad. He went out and got drunk on his 21st birthday. He planned to not drive drunk, so he took a cab home. The driver dropped him off across the street from his house. As he was crossing the street to go home, he was stuck by a drunk driver without his headlights on. He didn't make it.
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She rolled her vehicle several times and was pinned under the dash for over an hour. She was completely calm the whole time until we started cutting her jeans off. Her legs were mangled and we had to cut her jeans off in order to evaluate and treat her injuries. She started bawling and screaming about us cutting up her $300 jeans.
This is another example of shock protecting you from the severity of your injuries. He was,17 years old and was on the high school football team. He rolled his ATV on the weekend. He did walk again after six months of surgery and rehab.