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    Just the now the car came back and 3 other people, talking looking at the casualty. One of them put him/her in a box, in the boot and drove off. No need to call for an ambulance as it was clear the were no signs of life.
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    "Ohh no what shall I do???
    -I'll make a thread on TSR about it!!" :elefant:
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    (Original post by Annie72)
    I'd do my best to assess the casualty and put them in the recovery posisition
    Tbh, you would be better off securing their c-spine as opposed to moving them in the case of being hit by a car.

    Unless perhaps there was a risk of them vomiting, in which case you would need quite a few hands to move them on their side while keeping the neck secure.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Tbh, you would be better off securing their c-spine as opposed to moving them in the case of being hit by a car.

    Unless perhaps there was a risk of them vomiting, in which case you would need quite a few hands to move them on their side while keeping the neck secure.

    Yes thats excellent advice,and probably what I would do in the event.But I have a feeling this is just a troll thread anyway...
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    Silly question - Get off TSR & call 999 you douchebag!
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    (Original post by Sakapaka)
    Just the now the car came back and 3 other people, talking looking at the casualty. One of them put him/her in a box, in the boot and drove off. No need to call for an ambulance as it was clear the were no signs of life.
    :troll:
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    (Original post by Melanie-v)
    Here's to hoping you're a troll. :absinth:

    If not, ...
    911 YOU FOOL!
    I fail to see how calling the American police dept. will help someone in the UK.
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    Im not a troll. Its true, they came back and put it in a box, put box in the boot of the car and drove off.
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    Well if its true what the OP says, then I think he/she should be phoning the police!.
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    A did actually consider phoning the RSPCA, but they would of been no point.
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    I spy with my little eye something beginning with T.
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    Why do people answer these threads seriously ffs :facepalm::rofl:
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    (Original post by Sakapaka)
    A did actually consider phoning the RSPCA, but they would of been no point.
    We get it. It was an animal not a person. Har har har.

    I love how you have to drop less and less subtle hints to try and bait people because everyone otherwise couldn't give a ****.
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    (Original post by Sakapaka)
    Just been a hit and run outside my house, and he/she is lying on a pavement, not moving. What should i do? A heard the thump looked outside and lying on the path.
    trololololol
 
 
 
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