Live Rescue: Don’t Jump the Fence (Season 1) | A&E

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Medics respond to a woman who impaled herself on a fence while trying to jump over it in this clip from “1.6.20.” #LiveRescue
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41 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Don’t Jump the Fence (Season 1) | A&E

  1. My son jump in a big dumpster to smash things down to make room when he was moving and punch a whole in his arm and almost bleed out. Please Think for a minute before you climb into or on to something that could hurt you. Big chance you will not win.

  2. If anyone reading this is an EMT/Firefighter, I've wanted to be a Firefighter since I was 11 but situations like these tend to bother me. I have a somewhat weak stomach, a little blood = no problem. A giant gash/dead bodies = sick stomach/pass out. Is there any way to overcome this? I don't want this to hinder me from accomplishing my dream to become a firefighter but things like this are roadblocks to me.

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