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If anyone is interested when I said I was in an accident here is a picture of my car. I'm currently in stable condition but I might need back surgery. The police and medics stated my bullet resistant vest helped me or I would of been in worse condition

http://i.imgur.com/0UgOqK6.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/40CK3ke.jpg

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If anyone is interested when I said I was in an accident here is a picture of my car. I'm currently in stable condition but I might need back surgery. The police and medics stated my bullet resistant vest helped me or I would of been in worse condition

http://i.imgur.com/0UgOqK6.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/40CK3ke.jpg

 

Munch.  I'm sorry to hear of your injuries to your back.  I pray for a speedy recovery.

 

Robert

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sorry to hear about your accident, but why were you wearing a bullet proof vest?

In the city of Detroit the police do not respond to b&e alarms. The company I work for does and it is in our policy that we wear a bullet resistant vest and carry a firearm. Some guys I work with don't wear one but if I get in a fire fight I'd rather have it. My goal was and always (when I do go back to work) to go home to my family. I don't know how long om going to be out on medical tho. I do have a question for premier sponsors but I will post that in the correct thread.

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Praying for a speedy recovery!  I sincerely hope you don't need back surgery, but, if so, I do hope that it goes smoothly and provides relief from pain and restores you to pre-accident condition.  Prayers also for your family in supporting you during this difficult time.

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In the city of Detroit the police do not respond to b&e alarms. The company I work for does and it is in our policy that we wear a bullet resistant vest and carry a firearm. Some guys I work with don't wear one but if I get in a fire fight I'd rather have it. My goal was and always (when I do go back to work) to go home to my family. I don't know how long om going to be out on medical tho. I do have a question for premier sponsors but I will post that in the correct thread.

 

Just saw this.. sorry to hear you got hurt, get well soon!  The Golden Rule is to go home at the end of your shift -- you are a wise man.

 

I destroyed my knee at work last weekend.. going in for ACL surgery at the end of next week.. out of work until at least New Years.  I try to put a positive spin on it.. decided to start working on my master's degree, and have more time to waste on S4GRU!  :blink:

 

Hang in there!

 

-Mike

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