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My little sister in bicycle accident?

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:eek: :( My 22 year old sister was involved in a bicycle accident at Mulberry & Remington st Fort Collins. Was unconscious for about 1 or 2 min. Scraped her face up and a black eye. Was transported to PVH via ambulance. Just found out this morning, happened about 6 o'clock pm Sunday 6/25. I missed all radio traffic on this. Did someone hear this? Just curious. No cars involved. Shes OK:D
 

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I obviously didn't hear any radio traffic here in PA, but wanted to wish your sister a speedy recovery...glad she's not seriously hurt!!
 

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I was listening at the time but that call does not sound familiar. Looking at the PFA activity log (7:27PM there is a medical call at mulberry and mathews), appears that happened right before the system went nuts with 3 extrication repsonse accidents in about a half hour's time period, so I was probably paying more attention to that. The activity log: http://www.poudre-fire.org/activity/activity.php.

Glad to hear she was not seriously hurt, and hope she recovers well.

Thanks,
Rick
 
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