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Motorcycle Crash
TJ Oman
Getting to Know ASM Lead Instructor TJ Oman Location: Greendale, WI TJ Oman is a retired US Naval Officer who is a Nationally Registered EMT, licensed in the State of Wisconsin. He is the Founder and Executive Director of THE VIPER RIDETM, which is a motorcycle event for Blind, Visually Impaired, and Physically Disabled military...
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Arizona ASM training has suffered since Teresa McClelland-Martinez (beloved ASM instructor, nurse nick named Trauma Mama) moved to Texas to help open new free-standing Emergency Care Centers. She started out at the South Eastern tip of Texas and now working on doing the same in the San Antonio area.   After a few years of...
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What protection does anyone have against being a victim of a hit-and-run? The only real protection is carrying a large amount of uninsured motorist coverage on your insurance policy. In the event of a hit-and-run crash, or any crash for that matter, after or during assessment of injuries a call is placed to the emergency...
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ASM Founder to be inducted into Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame Accident Scene Management founder, Vicki “Spitfire” Sanfelipo, will be inducted into the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame August 12, 2020. There is a strict vetting process that takes place each year, and the board of directors at the Sturgis Museum considers candidates...
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Motorcycle accident on Trans Canada Highway
BIKE DOWN….BIKE DOWN! Kevin Carpenter –  ASM Instructor   It’s one of those great days to go for a ride. Spring, summer or fall. Heck, some of you live in the Southern USA and enjoy riding weather all year round! You may be riding by yourself or with a group of friends, taking a weekend...
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WHY DOES ASM TEACH RESCUE BREATHING? By Vicki Sanfelipo, RN – Founder ASM   I received a question last week from a former student who has an Off Road motorcycle riding school in Colorado. This question has actually been asked many times before so I think it is time to answer to a larger crowd....
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Ambulance
I think my first bike crash was about 11 years ago. I watched a friend go around a corner and slide out mid curve. My first instinct was stop traffic and then to tend to him but truth be told, I didn’t know what to do. I had basic first aid skills but nothing specific...
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Motorcycle crash
A dramatic SAVE by an ASM trained student We received this message from Quinn Harry on April 28th just after he completed “A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist”. I was headed home to Baltimore after attending an ASM class taught by Jeff West in Portsmouth, VA. I got about an hour from home when I...
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