Motorcycle Accident with Aftermath Showing Compound Fracture and Dislocation of Ankle

Motorcycle Accident with Aftermath Showing Compound Fracture and Dislocation of Ankle
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Motorcycle Accident with Aftermath Showing Compound Fracture and Dislocation of Ankle

Helmet cam video shows the motorcycle accident in which a pair on a bike was cut off by a car. The video also shows the aftermath involving the compound fracture and dislocation of the woman’s ankle.

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    1. I’m thinking it may be because he wasn’t thrown as far nor as hard. It’s kind of like the merry-go-round effect: remain in the center and you can pretty much stand up, even as it spins faster and faster. But move towards the edge, and centrifugal force can spin you off the thing quite easily.

      In this case, the female would’ve been on the “edge” of that “spinning merry-go-round” (the clockwise rotation of the bike as it flipped upward through the air; think of a merry-go-round on its side).

  1. I’m wondering if the motorcyclists didn’t run the red? I mean, look at the video again and it’s clear that not one, but two cars come from the left. It’s not clear to me who had the red, but, the motorcyclists were seemingly racing and not paying a whole lot of attention to the road. The guy riding the wheelie certainly was more of a show off than really paying attention.

    It’s possible that the car seen turning left had a green arrow, while the motorcyclists had a red. It’s also possible that both cars had a green while the bikes had a red.

    My bet is on the bikers running the red. I’m betting that all the bikers’ were focused on the show-off in front, and stopped paying attention to the traffic.

    Fortunately the cam biker did what he should’ve done in such a situation: he started barking orders. Many times in such cases, people just stand around like bumbling idiots, waiting to be told what to do.

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