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Response to Faryn Balyncd (Original post)

Tue Apr 21, 2015, 03:23 PM

2. the initial injury could have been exacerbated

He could have had a fracture that was not displaced initially but was manhandled during a 2nd event in the van. That's why they put collars on trauma victims. I've seen it happen twice where the person has a spinal injury made worse when they are being handled.
I would think the injury to the larynx would be esdy enough to determine on autopsy. Was it crushed or was it it injured during intubation? Did he stop breathing for another reason and when they positioned his head to do CPR did they displace a fracture. The people that know aren't talking.

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