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    Sorry to hear. Wishing you the best.

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    Sorry to hear of this. Low-speed is deceptive and often brings unexpected results.

    As to that other concern, age can be relative.
    Like family members, you may not be able to divorce yourself from it but you can treat it as a distant relative and keep on doing what you enjoy most.
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    Hi, for those who asked me to keep them posted about my condition I was in hospital for just over 3 weeks then I came home the second night home at around 05-30 I was awakened by a loud bang and a crack followed by unbearable pain over my eyes being pitch black I thought my skull had cracked when the wife got to turn on the light the pins that secured the halo to my skull had pulled out had to call an ambulance then they had to call another + an advanced paramedic all in all it took then almost 2 hours to extract me from the house given the layout and the fact I had to be laid flat ( full mars to them they worked hard) ended up at an accident and emergency given there was a compleatly failure in communication between departments it took 17-1/2 hours before they got someone to remove what was left of the halo anyway after another week in hospital I am now at home with a custom made collar and today I had a home visit at last from a physiotherapist who has given me a program to work to for my broken leg (femour) so I have the collar for a further 6 weeks then have to have a MRI scan to see if the damage is repaired.
    so I fully intend to get back in the state I was before the accident it will take time though.
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    Wow! Just Wow! I was feeling pain just reading this! Hope the rest of the recovery process goes better for you. Hope you get back to your previous state as soon as possible. Hang in there!
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    Good gods, I got a shiver just reading this. Wishing you the best. Again.

    When consulting the magic 8 ball for advice, one must first ask it "will your answers be accurate?"

    Glen
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    That is not the kind of update we wanted. Man, what bad luck! Hope you recover from all this and get back to a somewhat normal lifestyle sooner rather than later.

    Good luck.
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    This is not the type of update that I want to see, I wish you a speedy recovery.

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