The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 62 - July 22nd Reports
The driver will take you right to Best Buy, the WHO won't let you fly, and the shotted continue to drive. It's TROME
‘A Best Buy store in Tempe was damaged after a bus collided with it Saturday afternoon, according to the Tempe Police Department.’
‘The driver of the bus had a medical emergency, according to police. The individual has been taken to the hospital for a "non-life-threatening medical evaluation."‘
A “non-life-threatening medical evaluation”? I guess that beats the other kind.
Grimly, of course, with the shots mandates, we saw many, many life-threatening medical evaluations transpire over these past couple years. Sorry for the buzzkill, because I thought that was a pretty good joke. A “life-threatening medical evaluation,” lol. Moving on.
‘Police said the passengers on the bus suffered minor injuries; none were taken to the hospital.
The building has "significant property damage" following the crash, police said.’
Significant property damage, yes — but an excellent exterior design proposal comes free of charge. Those deeper purples and that deep-sea blue-green are money. And the turquoise!
Hey, guys! The World Health Organization is here to save us from having to deal with all these in-flight health emergencies! Ban probably about half the population from air travel!
‘The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a travel warning over 18 medical conditions that could lead to you being banned from a flight. The list of lesser-known conditions or circumstances can give an airline the right to deny passengers entry onto a plane this summer.
WHO states: "Airlines have the right to refuse to carry passengers with conditions that may worsen, or have serious consequences, during the flight.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Here is the list of conditions in full, as reported in The Mirror:
Babies less than 48 hours old (longer after premature births )
Women after the 36th week of pregnancy (or 32nd week for multiple pregnancy)
Angina or chest pain at rest
An infectious disease (e.g. chickenpox, flu or Covid )
Recent heart attack
Recent operation or injury where trapped air or gas may be present in the body (e.g. stomach, bowel, eyes, face or brain)
Severe, long-term diseases that affect your breathing (e.g. COPD)
Breathlessness at rest
Sickle cell anaemia
Unresolved pneumothorax (punctured lung)
Decompression sickness after diving (sometimes called 'the bends')
Increased pressure in the brain (due to bleeding, injury or infection)
Plaster casts applied within 24 hours for flights less than two hours, or 48 hours for longer flights
Unstable mental health or psychotic illness.’ [Emphasis added]
Yep. That ought to do it.
‘One man is dead following a single-vehicle crash in Foxtrap Saturday night.
The incident happened on the Foxtrap Access Road at approximately 5:30 p.m. when a pickup left the road and crashed into a ditch near the Frank Roberts Junior High School.’
‘Reports from the scene indicate a medical emergency may have precipitated the crash.’