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|16th June 2009, 19:49||#32|
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Wishing you a speedy recovery, Sankar. Please do not skimp out on physiotherapy. This is very important. I know, after surviving a less deadly crash after being pushed off my bike.
|16th June 2009, 19:54||#33|
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Wish you a speedy recovery, Sankar. That was a horrific crash and on the positive side, you have a new lease of life...
|16th June 2009, 19:59||#35|
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First of all, i wish you a speedy recovery Sankar. It's indeed second innings for you. Rest well and i wish you a lifetime of happiness.
|16th June 2009, 20:04||#38|
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Get well soon Sankar and thank god that he took care when it was needed the most. Internal injuries are more dangerous then the external ones. Do your physiotheraphy well and have a positive outlook. This will help you recover fast.
|16th June 2009, 20:22||#39|
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Ho that's bad sankar . Glad that you are fine for now . Long process I guess ,keep it going you will be fine .
Few questions ?
1.What speed were you doing when the car hit you ?
2.how did the ribs break ? what did you hit ,so that your ribs were broken ?
3.Did you feel pain in chest or just you were breathless or both ? .
As a biker I can feel it , dont worry you will be back on the bar .If your friends were not there it would have been worse .
Hows the bike BTW ?
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|16th June 2009, 20:26||#40|
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Sad to hear abt the crash.... here's wishing you a speedy recovery from all of us here.
Just goes to show a single reckless move on the road and we might end up spoiling the life of a person and the people close to him forever. Please drive safe and carefully guys. Godbless us all.
|16th June 2009, 20:36||#41|
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So good to see you posting Shankar. Had heard about the incident from Zak a day after it happened.
With the attitude you are taking all this, I am sure it won't take you long to recover completely. All the best & take care!
|16th June 2009, 21:00||#43|
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Hi Sankar, my best wishes towards a speedy recovery.
Did you hit the median or something else on the road that caused all the massive injuries. From what I understand you (as in your body) did not hit the car.
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