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    Unhappy Fireman Injured responding to MVA

    A Hamilton MS fireman was injured tonight while responding to a reported MVA in our county. He was in his POV and rolled over. Air was called but wasn't available due to another MVA in our county. Reported to have a back injury with some loss of sensation. Please pray for our brother and his family. I will pass along more information as it is available.
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    Good News: The pain and paralysis was caused by a blood clot in his spinal column. After surgery to remove the clot he has had significant improvement on one side and some on the other. From what I can gather this to will correct itself. Other than that I believe that he has suffered some ruptured or slipped disc's.

    He is at home as of this afternoon.

    Still no word as to what caused the accident.

    And by the way, the accident that he was responding to was 10-25'd
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    1946-2005
    "Rest in peace James, you now have the ultimate set of wings on you."

    Thanks, LeuitEFDems

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    That's great news he is going to be ok.

    Rigin

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    Originally posted by arhaney
    Good News: The pain and paralysis was caused by a blood clot in his spinal column. After surgery to remove the clot he has had significant improvement on one side and some on the other. From what I can gather this to will correct itself. Other than that I believe that he has suffered some ruptured or slipped disc's.

    He is at home as of this afternoon.

    Still no word as to what caused the accident.

    And by the way, the accident that he was responding to was 10-25'd
    It's good to hear he is recovering well. Just a quick note... no one knows wtf a 10-25 is. About the only codes you can say that everyone will understand are 10-4 and roger. Beyond that, it is all different.
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    10-25 means disregard

    Looks like his brakes failed!
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    FireFighter/Pilot James Archer
    1946-2005
    "Rest in peace James, you now have the ultimate set of wings on you."

    Thanks, LeuitEFDems

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    Great news A LODD funeral is a crapy way to start a new year. I know, I went to one yesterday

    Dave

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