She start complaining to her mom about pain in her hip, next day took her to the hospital where they said she had symptom of a virus but days after the pain spread and the fever got worse. Addie been diagnosis with spread of MRSA, a staph bacteria that cause infections resistant to many antibiotics. Second case, David Ricci, 19 years old American face another threat in India. David been run over by a train and dragged underneath it. Lucky to be alive, he was rush to the hospital, where they cut of his leg.
In 1966, he suffers severe burns in Indy Car Practice. In 1972, he was set on fire when a broken hose sprayed over 7.5 liters of fuel onto his head. In 1981 he sustains serious arm injury in Indy car race. In 1990, he broke his left knee, dislocated his left tibia, crushed his left heel, and dislocated his right heel after another brake failure. After the 1990 accident, many assumed the severity of Foyt’s injuries would encourage the then 55-year-old driver toward retirement,
Michael went to Laney High School and played basketball for 2 years (Junior and Senior year). However, his favorite sport was baseball. He was
After answering a few more of the officer’s questions I was transported to Umass Medical, A Medical University in Worcester, Massachusetts. It took doctors a total of 14 hours and 2 operations to put my hand to the way it is now. I am missing my middle finger all the way down to my wrist and the tip of my ring finger. I also have massive scaring on my hand, arm, and foot (the doctors took a vein out of my foot to replace one in my arm that was badly damaged); all from one little firecracker. The moral of this story is simple don’t play with things you don’t know anything about, and whatever you do don’t play with
Tiffany Johnson Laura Govia Composition 2 October 10, 2012 Shatter dreams in John Updike’s “Ex-Basketball Player” The title of the poem really tell you what the poem is all about. The speaker tell you what a great basketball player he was and how often he dreamed about his basketball career. The poem tells us about a basketball player who was the best player on his basketball tea, and hold the high school that still has not been beat. “He never learned a trade”(line49) and now he works at “Berth’s Garage” (line 4). The poem implies that Flick was a great basketball and that he was the best in the county and that he hold the county record of scoring the most points.
In order to gain a larger market share, Ford designed, manufactured and the vehicle was shipped in order to be the road in a very short time frame. The first few years of sales were good, but in May 1972, Lily Gray was traveling with her thirteen year-old passenger, Richard Grimshaw when the car suddenly stalled and was rear-ended by another vehicle traveling approximately 32 miles per hour. The impact killed Lily Gray (after succumbing to congestive heart failure) and permanently disfigured thirteen year-old Richard Grimshaw with burns to his face and body (Leggett, 1999, para. 7). Grimshaw and Gray’s heirs sued Ford motor company based on theories of negligence and strict liability, alleging that the defendants knew from pre-manufacturing crash tests regarding the design flaws with the fuel system (Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company, 1981).
Luke Woollard has told a Perth court today he cannot remember driving the boat which he crashed on the Canning River, seriously injuring one of his passengers. However, the 23-year-old said he has a vague recollection of being stuck underneath the driver’s side after the collision. Mr Woollard, the son of independent MP Janet Woollard and cardiologist, continued giving evidence in a District Court civil trial. Kate Campbell, 24, is seeking compensation from Mr Woollard for her life-threatening injuries in the November 2007 crash. Ms Campbell is claiming she did not know Mr Woollard was drunk when she got on board, but Mr Woollard’s defence is arguing she did and accepted the risks associated with travelling with a drunk driver.
Critical Response The Catbird Seat In his article, “The Catbird Seat,” David J. Birnbaum explains the difficulties and advantages he encounteredbeing a quadriplegic. At age seventeen, Birnbaum was involved in a serious automobile accident, just days before his eighteenth birthday. Ultimately, the crash broke his neck and permanently took the use of his legs. One day while wheeling back to his hospital room; still becoming acclimated to his new disability, Birnbaum rudely cut in front of a line of people waiting for an elevator. Instead of being scolded, he was allowed to pass without any retribution; “That was the first time I felt my place in society” (Birnbaum 227).
He could barely sit or stand due to the pain in his joints. Many historians believe he was suffering from Reiter’s Syndrome, which causes diarrhea and inflammation in the joints, eyes, and bladder 15. Before he died, Columbus began requesting a new sort of voyage: a Christian crusade to Jerusalem to rescue it from the Muslims. 16. On May 20, 1506, at the age of 55, Columbus died at the court in Valladolid, Spain.
He was then transferred to Vancouver to undergo emergency surgery. The bullet had severed his carotid artery and jugular vein on his right side. Once surgery had been completed, he had discovered that the bullet had broke up in his body, and also damaged his spinal cord. He was now a paraplegic. He was 21 years-old when this had occurred.