Broke Some Bones....

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My son broke his right wrist in several places while practicing back flipping his dirtbike into a foam pit.

Just because you land in foam does not mean you can't get hurt.

Off to see the ortho surgeon when the swelling subsides. Hopefully no surgery...
 

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Glad it's only a hand and not something else........ :2rf8zh1_th:
 

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Ehhh... he seems tough, he will bounce back nicely.
 

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Hope he heals fast and complete. I bet he has past experience, with such accidents.
 

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Bikes=Hospital bills glad he is relatively ok. I doubt they will do surgery it will heal on its own but hand injuries suck for riding I have had my fare share of ER visits.
 

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Oh mate, hope he's gonna be alright! Speedy recovery
 

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Gunna do crazy shit you gotta be tough! He should be fine.... Evil broke all kinds of bones and he was still able to drink him self to death!


All kidding aside.... Hope the or tho apt goes well!
 

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we will be praying for him to heal well,

My bother was 3rd in the world in jet skying racing when he broke his wrist. it got crushed between two sky's, it ended his career.
 

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Fully healed, no surgery required. Still sore and tender but he is back on the bike riding....
 
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