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I just received an email from a friend of mine, and I felt the need to share.
I've always known that trampolines were bad news, but this was just more conformation of just that.
This is part of her email:
"I want to ask for some urgent prayers for a dear friend. Our friend's brother (Lee) was in a freak accident this weekend. He was jumping on a trampoline with his kids and tried to do a flip or something, but ended up landing on his head and broke his neck. He was instantly paralyzed. After doing an MRI, they see that the spinal cord is severely bruised, and he is having slight movement in his extremities. "
This just freaks me out. This guy was just playing with his kids like all dads do, and he ended up almost completely paralyzed!
When I was little, I always wanted a trampoline. We never got one. We did go over to other people's houses, and if they had one, we were on it (I have a sister and brother). But only for a short time because our parents didn't like us up there.
And we never really understood why -- that is until we got older.
These pieces of equipment are so dangerous. In the back of my mind I know that you can get seriously hurt on one of these, but I have never known someone to actually get hurt like this.
I've seen the videos of kids getting their legs stuck in the holes between the springs or coming down on someone else on the trampoline, but never this.
I just wanted you all to be aware -- very aware -- that trampolines can be so dangerous. This man will hopefully regain feeling in his arms and legs and be able to continue life as he knew it before the accident. So far the doctors are optimistic, but only time will tell.
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