As he lay deep in the woods, over one hundred feet down an embankment off the Tail of The Dragon, , Kevin Diepenbrock prepared to die. Diepenbrocks body was too broken for him to crawl back up to the highway. With no signal for his cell phone, his desperate calls for help, and posts to Facebook did not make it to the outside world. The only thing left was his voice, and for almost 30 hours, he tried to yell loud enough so someone would hear him. Previous: Accident On Dragon Goes Undiscovered for Over 24 Hours His...
Talk about irony. Sally Ann Okuly survived cancer and the motorcycle wreck that left her house bound for 6 months. But the grim reaper wasn’t going to be denied so the first day she ventured outside her house to walk across the street, Okuly was stuck by a car and killed instantly. Police say Okuly was […]
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WARNING! Graphic Video of three different dash cams from Russian drivers who caught this inexplicable motorcycle accident on video. What makes this so crazy is there’s no reason for the motorcycle operator to do what he apparently did. Tweet
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A study in the journal Injury Prevention found motorcyclists over the age of 60 are three times more likely to be hospitalized after a crash than their younger counterparts. The study analysed data between 2001 to 2008 from the US National Electronic Injury Surveillance System-All Injury Program (NEISS-AIP) which collects information from 100 US hospitals which have an […]
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