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זמי1  
#1 Posted : Friday, September 20, 2013 3:03:41 PM(UTC)
זמי1

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E?n, to recognize, know and look please report on accidents and injuries are typical for walking and mountain routes. I mean no blistering or stretching tendons and thorns, but other injuries.
For example-the last walk of my brother and me-Blanc
Several people were injured by falling:
One encounters a stone for a bonti towards the Valley, because of high gravity Center flew forward, hit his head on a rock and he lost flat out a fraction of a second. Luckily the strikes concentrated on his sunglasses and he was wounded in the forehead and cuts easily under your eyes. The guy went alone at that time and no one was around him in the fall. The accident could end much worse.
In analyzing the case he lost and thought about other things, not focused, not Doug lifting feet high above the rocks and probably because leg fatigue having relatively low stone.

Another fell in the same way and luckily didn't break his wrist, luckily had nothing to do with walking stick and was able to free himself and somehow stem the fall. He wasn't alone at the moment.

Everyone else fell down on its side and injured his ribs without breaking them.

In all cases, there was no rain on the trail, it was a dangerous thing and beveled.
The lesson is not to go alone, no one can prevent falling, falls and it where it will not fall away.
Whistles and flashlights for the night are a must.
He also took the old known never to tie wrist to a walk through the strap at the top of the pole.
He also took first aid equipment I've seen quite a few of those who went for with no equipment whatsoever, no gauze and bandage. I always carry enough equipment leaves the Department, more than pounds and I always find it and use me.
Not worrying about people commenting carelessly, equipment not attached to the body, on the wrong foot and dangers for
To check the weather and ask what's going on everywhere for years.
Apparently it sounds obvious, but many don't do so out of oblivion and enthusiasm.
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