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Old December 1st, 2005, 04:28 PM   #1
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Been a long day and last night in a tow truck . I just came in from a nasty roll over where a KIA went endo and toppled onto a huge culvert . So once rescue is done i take the KIA out through a farm field get hooked up and as im leaving i look at my coat and see this .

Whats on my sleeve ?




This is a bad idea , your loaded gross of 80,000 and your front wheel falls completely off

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Old December 1st, 2005, 04:30 PM   #2
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looks like water or melted snow on your sleeve, plus some orange junk
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Old December 1st, 2005, 04:33 PM   #3
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Old December 1st, 2005, 04:49 PM   #4
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Geez, I had to read it twice. I had 'killed in action' as KIA. Going above and beyond for a tow.
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Kinda looks like you had lunch with stan?
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looks like some gray matter from the deer he steered to avoid when the wheel fell off... any hair with that?
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Old December 1st, 2005, 05:18 PM   #7
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looks like some gray matter from the deer he steered to avoid when the wheel fell off... any hair with that?
Grey matter is just what i thought when i first glanced at it . It was snow with trans fluid mixed into it .

Guy was totally paralized though , thats sucks .:gman:
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Grey matter is just what i thought when i first glanced at it . It was snow with trans fluid mixed into it .

Guy was totally paralized though , thats sucks .:gman:
The truck driver was paralized?
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Old December 1st, 2005, 05:39 PM   #9
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The truck driver was paralized?
i'm guessing the KIA what went endo
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sucks to be him, sorry to hear it.
I came out as the second team on the one called the "bean field wreck". the guy went 200 yards offroad with a load of baskets full of brake rotors. he hit the only tree in 1000' in either direction. the problems started when the fire crew couldn't get to the truck because of the 24" of mud in the wet bean field. the troops called KBK & they called us. we had a brand new `82 GMC 4X4 wrecker and my pal Steve rolled on it. he was there in no time and got close enough to pull the cab off the tree(it was a cab over and it wrapped around the tree), he ripped the door off and the fire team got inside and pulled the dececed driver out. they put him in a litter and set him on the truck, they brought him out to the side of the highway and set him down while our two wrecker services worked to get the bins and the truck out of the field. we were there about 5 hours when the coraner showed up to collect the guy. seemed like it was cutting into his nap time.
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