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    [Edited by lynn rodenmayer on 08-13-2005 at 11:10 PM]

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    Lynn

    What was it?

    And... Did he live through that?

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    This is how I walked up to it. First picture I took before I laid hands on it.

    The driver's set is just sitting there. It was broke and to only thing that kept him off the pavement was the seat belt.

    Sorry it took so long to post, now more beer

    [Edited by lynn rodenmayer on 08-13-2005 at 11:28 PM]

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    More.


    It was a semi truck. A guy jacked knifed in front of him in his semi last February. I had a couple of threads. On was "Been Away" and I don't remember the other. I promised pics to some of the guys a long time ago, but have been busy ever since the wreck. My stuff, bro's stuff, and a hot summer. Now I'm getting some free time for myself again.

    Frank had to go back to the hospital last night. He has a nasty infection in his right leg. Some sort of Staph. He lost his left leg in the deal along with being smashed up bad. His right arm was broken in several places and is not much good right now.

    He is in good shape considering the curcumstances.

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    Just Damn....

    Lynn.. I am sorry.. I did see your posts but it has sliped my thinking.

    the important thing here is he is still with you.

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    No problem, life marches by and we start to loose our memories. Too much beer when we were young.


    [Edited by lusker on 08-14-2005 at 12:16 AM]

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    Wow. He is very lucky to have lived through something like this. Best wishes to your brother.
    Get back to work.

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    EDIT >>>> Sorry... fixed it above before I saw it here..




    There you go.

    [Edited by lusker on 08-14-2005 at 12:18 AM]
    Get back to work.

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    Thanks for fixing that for me. Just when I thought I had the hang of it.

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    The pile of rubble is what was left when they scraped up the highway

    [Edited by lynn rodenmayer on 08-14-2005 at 12:18 AM]

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    Hey Lynn

    Ya going to be OK tonight?


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    Originally posted by lusker
    Hey Lynn

    Ya going to be OK tonight?

    I'm fine. But thanks for asking.

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    It is hard to believe that angels don't walk among us.
    I love my job, but paydays Thursday

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