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Bone Breaking Moments From I Shouldn't Be Alive | I Shouldn't Be Alive Worst Injuries | Wonder

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Today we relive some of the worst injuries from I Shouldn’t Be Alive. From pelvis breaks to deep and deadly cuts, trying to survive is much worse when you’re injured beyond repair.

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Witness the extraordinary stories of ordinary people who found themselves in life or death survival situations. With first-hand accounts and incredible re-enactments, I Shouldn’t Be Alive presents the raw danger these people faced and shows the physical and mental battle they all had to overcome in their effort to stay alive.

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Date: May 24, 2020

34 thoughts on “Bone Breaking Moments From I Shouldn't Be Alive | I Shouldn't Be Alive Worst Injuries | Wonder

  1. Absolutely critical thinking by the son at 12:34. This will act as a tourniquet until they can receive more advanced medical care for the fathers leg injury. Quick thinking by his son most likely saved dads life. Training as an emt, I have an appreciation for fast thinking in critical situations such as this

  2. 7:40 you ever have your leg fall asleep and 30 minutes later you move your leg and feel all the blood rushing back into your leg and if you try to move its a strange feeling with just a little bit of pain? Just imagine all the blood trying to rush back after 3 or 4 days of circulation being cut off, that would be excruciating painful. I cant imagine the pain both while he was laying under the ATV and after the ATV was moved off of his legs and the circulation started to flow again.

  3. Again I'm reminded why I stay at home, when I'm not at work.
    I risk my life every day by not carrying a survival kit with me on my 9 mile trek to work.
    [[[[[ hahhahahaha. ]]]]]

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