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    1. Yes… it is very sad. And every time I photograph an emergency situation I think about how the incident will affect the individual… their families… and how their lives might change… all in a fraction of a moment. While I photograph many emergency vehicles and incidents… I always want to be sensitive to the subject matter. I sometimes might ascribe a “catchy” title… but I want to be sure I do not take away from the gravity of the situation and the integrity of the individuals involved. Thank you for your comment Janet.

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  1. OMG — how scary and sad! I hope there is/was rapid recovery. Like Janet, when I hear or see an ambulance I send prayers for those involved — as well as when I see someone on the side of the road — I ask that they be surrounded with protection, and the appropriate person stops to assist.

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    1. Thanks for commenting Amar… I know nothing about the victim or his condition. But I do believe from what I saw at the scene that his injuries were not life threatening.

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