It’s a little difficult to listen to but more frustrating than anything. In a >8minute recording, you will hear the pleas of a teenaged kid being crushed under a truck and a 911 EMD operator working the call. The good thing is the kid lived after being removed from underneath the vehicle and catching a helo for a life-flight hop to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
I could feel myself slipping,” he said. “I was starting to accept that I wouldn’t get out.”
– Sam Ray
He was trapped under a Dodge Truck for about 40 minutes before First responders got there. The Jack he was using to stabilize and lift the Dakota failed. It’s important to understand the initial fail in this scenario: Working alone in an environment that can kill you, and not having a redundant or a contingent plan despite making the poor choice to execute operating underneath heavy machinery.
Rick Miller, the Vanderbilt chief of trauma and surgical care said Ray had broken ribs, a bruised kidney, burns and a concussion.
I guess I’m stuck with an iPhone for the rest of my life.
I don’t know what you mean by: ‘I guess I’m stuck with an iPhone for the rest of my life.’ If you want, we can go to the GooglePlay store and buy a Nexus 5, so my head will stop hurting from all the stupid.