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In January 2018, members of Powder Keg HOG chapter 4035 chapter and guests took part in basic, advanced and refresher courses for Accident Scene Management at Powder Keg Harley Davidson in Mason, OH. Powder Keg has been committed to safety training with 26 Road Captains trained in either Basic or Advanced ASM. The group also...
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By: MJ Ball As riders, none of us wants to think about the unthinkable, but sometimes accidents happen. The good news is Hupy and Abraham, S.C. is always on your side, providing award-winning service to ensure you get everything you deserve. Recently, our client was riding his motorcycle in Iowa when a truck pulled out...
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Not every crash that happens is life threatening. Regardless, the situation could have been worse if trained bystanders were not present to help. This story was sent in by Bill & Vicky Barr from Missouri. After this happy picture was taken of participants in the 20th Janey’s Ride in Liberty, MO, a motorcycle crash happened. ...
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Article printed in American Iron Magazine.  Click here to see PDF article. Are you prepared if things go wrong out on the road? Normally, I commute about 35 minutes to work in my car. However, on a particular day when I heard that freeway traffic was already snarled at 7 am, I grabbed my iron...
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Prehospital Emergency Care
The role of a bystander in critical incidents is often underestimated. We all know that learning CPR is important because immediate intervention when a life threatening cardiac arrest occurs gives the victim the best chance of survival. This is also true for other critical life threatening events such as traumatic injuries. Whether Roadway crashes or...
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Motorcyclists hits deer
Written by: Melissa Juranitch,  MSF RiderCoach Motorcycle Marketing Specialist When the leaves are changing, deer are more active. Here are five fast facts that you NEED to know as a motorcyclist on the road. Because deer collisions are so prevalent in Wisconsin, we are using Wisconsin Statistics and resources. Keep in mind that these tips...
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Crashed Motorcycle
The following accounting was submitted by one of our students who completed Accident Scene Management Training Spring 2017. Just a few months later her training was put to a test. Let me start out by saying, “Always bring your first Aid Kit”! I almost didn’t bring it with me thinking that our Road Captains would...
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Jaw thrust video
Many specifics of motorcycle trauma like jaw thrust rescue breathing, helmet removal, traffic control and moving the injured are not taught in First Aid and CPR. We teach classes all over the world on these things so that when you get to the scene of a motorcycle accident, you are prepared. Helmet removal, jaw thrust,...
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