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(KSAT San Antonio)   Fireman with big brass balls has a ceiling fall on him while fighting a fire, doesn't realize he has first and second degree burns on his back and keeps fighting the fire   (ksat.com) divider line 5
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2014-03-01 04:23:59 PM
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Firemen are totally farking nuts.

And I'm completely and utterly happy and grateful that they are.
2014-03-01 04:46:37 PM
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How could he not notice he had first and second degree burns?

He was probably on PCP. Broke every bone in his hand. He wouldn't feel it. There was this guy once. See this scar?


It's shock and adrenaline.   I've had 2nd degree burns on my arm and leg on different occasions.  I also witnessed a few others get bad burns.   I found that after you get away from the initial cause (fire, hot oil, etc.) it doesn't really hurt that bad... for about 15 minutes, then it slowly dawns on you that you are in intense pain.

In one situation, I witnessed a car accident where the driver and passenger were badly burned.   The passenger was walking around and seemed fine for about a half hour.   He had 2nd degree burns over 70% of his body.   He insisted that he was fine but once he calmed down the pain started.
2014-03-01 04:44:49 PM
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rkiller1: MechaPyx: Mark Ratner: How could he not notice he had first and second degree burns?

He was probably on PCP. Broke every bone in his hand. He wouldn't feel it. There was this guy once. See this scar?

Adrenaline. How does it work?

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The number of people who missed a TERMINATOR reference is really depressing.
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2014-03-01 04:34:06 PM
1 votes:
Support your local volunteer fire department!  It's hard to understand how valuable their contributions are until you need their help.  Once serviced by an emergency service, you never overlook them or take the for granted again.
2014-03-01 04:22:20 PM
1 votes:

Mark Ratner: How could he not notice he had first and second degree burns?

He was probably on PCP. Broke every bone in his hand. He wouldn't feel it. There was this guy once. See this scar?


Adrenaline. How does it work?
 
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