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Old 4th April 2009, 21:12   #16
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Bravo Rk ! Bravo!
shows that real life heros dont need 6packs and big biceps
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BTW they told me that the baby seating at rear was sleeping and slipped a bit on the right side with her right foot got into the rear wheel.
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what kind of bike. dont all bikes come with saree guard as std fitment
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Old 4th April 2009, 22:10   #17
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Really proud of you RKBharat...
You really proved that leaders don't need titles to lead the way...

That family's and our best wishes will always be with you
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Old 4th April 2009, 22:46   #18
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You have set an example to be emulated. A big salute to you!

I have company - I too keep getting kidney stones. I try to drink plenty of water now. I am also going to try some homeopathy medicine now.

Although I have a car, there are times when I have to take my family on a bike. Once the foot of my son slipped into the gap between the tyre spokes and the frame. We were very slow at that time and immediately stopped. Luckily he was unhurt.
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Old 4th April 2009, 22:54   #19
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Bharat that was Nice of you to help them.

and yes inspite of being a Avid rider i am strictly against riding with small kids on 2 wheelers.(but then some people dont have a choice too and are forced to do so).

I have seen small kids fall asleep on 2 wheelers while riding as a pillion while their guardian rides on
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Old 6th April 2009, 08:24   #20
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Thanks guys.

When I left Hospital, girls was doing fine, and I think they were on right place in right hands so my part was over and I left,

I not sure what kind of bike it was, never cared to look at it, but there was lots of blood on the rear rim.

Though I still feel Nano will create more chaos in Indian roads, but that chaos is better than seeing such small kids and elders getting hurt in bikes and scooters.
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Old 6th April 2009, 10:17   #21
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Kudos RK. Truly inspiring stuff.

Guess putting a luggage carrier on the right along with the saree guard on the left might solve some (if not all) problems in such cases.
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Hats off to you RK, truly inspirational. This can happen to anyone and as a human being one should understand victims situation and their need.


Please take care of your health and drink lots and lots of water.
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@rkbharat : Glad to see you were able to help a family in distress. Really proud of you - you are a rare one in the billions in India !
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That is great. I am proud of you!!
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Old 6th April 2009, 13:54   #25
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Hats off to you Bharat Bhai! Can there be anything more inhuman than overlooking another human being lying on road and bleeding heavily? I wish more and more people get inspired from good few like you.

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Yes, it is indeed dangerous to carry kids in a bike. This sort of danger is lesser in a scooter.
Secondly, you inspire a lot of people to stop and help people in need especially those who just watch the show. Great job, keep it up.
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@rkbharat: You deserve all the praise and credit for saving someone's life. Excessive bleeding to a kid can be fatal at times. I hope that all of us have the courage to do something similar if God forbid we are in your situation.
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Immediately I parked the car on the side and rushed to them. Meanwhile the crowd gathered to watch the show and I pushed them to let the air come in. we Wrapped around a towel on her feet while talking to others on which hospital we should go. I was only aware of hospital in Gurgaon and umkal was the nearest I was aware of and then MAX, Paras and Artemis. Some other bikers also stopped and helped in wrapping some cloth around the foot. We decided for Umkal
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You deserve a . Keep it up mate.
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Congrats Mate Very Well Done!! Hats Off for your Humanity. It is very humbling to know that there are people like you ready to lend a hand in such kind of distressing situations.

Dam. I have always been scared whenever i see a family with a small kid sleeping in her mother's lap in the back seat of a 2 wheeler.

Cheers!!!
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We are proud of you RKB. It is heartening to see you helping an accident victim. Bravo!!!
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