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I was going to post my first quater of the year, but found the thread locked. Anyway I rode an even 27 miles on the Swamp Rabbit Trail with a stop in the middle to assist a badly injured lady. She said that she'd hit a branch and went down. She had a cut upper lip and most likely a broken right arm.

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There was a duplication in threads so one was locked by the mods.

Try this one instead:

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I was going to post my first quater of the year, but found the thread locked. Anyway I rode an even 27 miles on the Swamp Rabbit Trail with a stop in the middle to assist a badly injured lady. She said that she'd hit a branch and went down. She had a cut upper lip and most likely a broken right arm.
-- posted by Hawkeye761

Great job on the assist to the injured rider. Did you have to place a 911 call or ride out to get help?
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Thanks for the heads up on the multiple thread.

The lady had a young couple with her that appeared to be a daughter and son-in-law. I stayed with them until they were situated. I had some rags in my saddle bag that they used to clean the blood from her face. I was there for about 15 minutes and helped them get her to a store where she could rest while he went to get their vehicle.
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