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Writing this from the hospital. Bad news, unfortunately.
Posted by LordMalacath on Nov 28th, 2012
Unfortunately today I will be bearing bad news. I suffered an accident while on my scooter. I am currently recovered in hospital, and I may not come out in the next three weeks.
Sorry for the short message, I wanted to inform you in case you will notice no progress whatsoever in future. I will try to keep in touch with you people, if you still have questions. (Thankfully a friend brought me his notebook, since staying in a bed in here is pretty monotonous)
TAC scans and radiology revealed no problems whatsoever. No brain-hemathoma (as the doctors believed).
I'll be at home for two weeks now (no college, and no work!).
As for what happened, I had an accident on the GRA ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grande_Raccordo_Anulare) an old woman didn't checked while entering from the left side (she didn't gave way), she touched me, I lost balance (around 60/70 km/h), feel down, the windshield broke and the plastic cut through my right arm (I still had my hand gripped around the accelerator), I had just made it in time to curse the living hell before I hit my head (covered by a helmet obviously) on the carway, going unconscious for 10 or so minutes.
I woke up in the ambulance, the old woman calling me a "stupid young man with a desire to speed like a maniac", I just wanted to tell her to f**k off, but a policeman did it for me, by saying:
"Ehm, your driver's license is expired from at least one year, Miss."
Now I await that my insurance works this thing out. The old lady (82 years old and kicking) still denies it was her fault, and blames it on me, by saying that I fell "because of my reckless driving".
I just laugh now, since I'm happy that it wasn't worse. Police and paramedics told me that I was lucky that no car hit me from behind, since it would have been a tragedy.
- Claudio A.