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    I do a part time paper round and one of the boys came back and said that an old lady on his round hadn't took her paper in for two days,fearing the worst I went to investigate,Il rang her doorbell,no answer,I looked through her window and could see a naked body laying on the floor,I rang the emergency services and they came quite quickly,the ambulance guy shouted to herr and she answered them,so I thought job well done and left em to it
    It gave me quite a fright looking in the window and seeing what i thought was her body laying there,has anyone else had a similar experience?

    All spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in my post's are intentional.

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    Good for you Gripper your quick response propbably did save her.

    Never had an experience quite that scary although I was one 1st on the scene of a car accident and had to keep all the passengers calm whilst tring to stop the driver (who was trapped in the vehicle) from going into shock.
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    I once had a simular experience, but mine was better

    Ok I lie
    Single handedly destroying the NHS from the inside

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    wow gripper!

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    I called an ambulance for a guy once.

    after I ran him over

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    Quote Originally Posted by brenda
    Good for you Gripper your quick response propbably did save her.

    Never had an experience quite that scary although I was one 1st on the scene of a car accident and had to keep all the passengers calm whilst tring to stop the driver (who was trapped in the vehicle) from going into shock.
    I think basic first aid should be taught in schools,just by knowing some simple things lives could be saved

    All spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in my post's are intentional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Phlegm
    I called an ambulance for a guy once.

    after I ran him over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Phlegm
    I called an ambulance for a guy once.

    after I ran him over
    Playing God are we ?
    Single handedly destroying the NHS from the inside

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemby!
    Playing God are we ?
    It was his own fault.

    How dare he smash my windscreen by hurling his body into it while i'm driving.

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    Goddam victims of your lazy driving
    Single handedly destroying the NHS from the inside

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