Chilling 911 Call of a young man with amputated leg asking for help

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+11 1. bisteinee commented 7 years ago

Well… I hope he is ok.
Good luck, dude.
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-3 2. Zeusisgreat commented 7 years ago

no comment :S
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0 3. MajorIdea commented 7 years ago

Heard the first 10seconds: "Jesus Christ! Get out GET OUT :S "
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+10 4. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

Gusty fella and I'm glad he's ok....but out of curiosity.... what's with the SIR all the time? from both of them?
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+9 5. popyok commented 7 years ago

http://www.f4a.us/our-amputees-stories.html

He's okay guys. He even has a youtube channel where he posts videos of his life.

http://www.youtube.com/crew9t
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+4 6. curator commented 7 years ago

he is missing blood but,
he is so full of love :D
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+7 7. cmmd commented 7 years ago

#4 Some kids are thought to be polite. Not a common thing you see these days.
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+7 8. Awaits commented 7 years ago

#4 I am not an native english speaking person, but I often use 'sir' also. to the unknown persons, during phone calls, on the streets etc. there is no any other substitute for 'sir' in english, in my eyes. 'bro'?
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+8 9. robsen23 commented 7 years ago

a few weeks ago, there was a case in austria (europe, for those who dont know) who cut off his arm in a working-accident. he drove 20km (12,5 miles) on his own to the next hospital.
at the ambulance drive in, he had to turn his car, because the security on the intercom didnt get it, that his problem is this urgent (the injured dont speak fluently german and said something like: arm broken, need help). so he turned his car and drove to the public parking area, took his arm get into the hospital like a usual visitor, put his arm on the on the information desk and said: please attach it.
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+2 10. TitvsCaivs commented 7 years ago

hats down..............
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+3 11. snotraddict commented 7 years ago

This dispatcher should have been engaging him more, not waiting for him to talk. He should have asked him questions about his job or his family anything to keep him talking. I cringed when there was silence while the dispatcher waited for him to start speaking again.
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+1 12. stretchpadawan commented 7 years ago

wow.. that ones really got to me...
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+2 13. Pyranthos commented 7 years ago

I wanted to be mad at this dude thinking it was a twisted prank, he didn't seem to be hurting at all. I suppose that's just because of shock though, and severed nerves. TBH, in retrospect, I kinda wish it was just a stupid ass prank. Shit.

One tough kid there! I'd of been freaking the frak out. That dispatcher was pissing me off though. First he didn't engage in conversation NEARLY as much as he should have, as #11 stated. The second flub up was after the police arrived. At that point, continuing the conversation was hindering his rescue.. THE MIN rescuers arrived, that call should have ended, but that dispatcher just wouldn't shut the fug up and get off the flippin phone!

Very glad to hear hes ok!
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+7 14. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

Powerful experience, im a grown man, but i felt like starting to cry several times, thinking about how strong that young man was... If there is a time to use the phrase "Respect", this is it.
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+2 15. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

#5 Thanks for posting a link that is already in the description =)
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+3 16. TheGodDamnGambit commented 7 years ago

Im getting irritated at how difficult it seems to be to understand what he is saying, EVEN THOUGH! he speaks at a perfect pace and even spells the name multiple times..