Live Rescue: Young at Heart (Season 1) | A&E

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Medics roll up to a skate park to attend to a 52-year-old man who badly hurt his shoulder when he fell off his skateboard in this clip from Season 1, Episode 6 “5.20.19”. #LiveRescue
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44 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Young at Heart (Season 1) | A&E

  1. I didnt agree with her opinion on his age and the bike trick. Ni matter how old you are if you are able you should enjoy the physical activity that you want. Accident happens a 9 , 20, 50, 70 years old. Hearth attack risk are also increased by extensif sitting and excess weight, why shouldn't he be biking.
    I am site he will go back on his bike.
    The only thing that took me away from ny bike is pelvic dysfunction. I am still looking at an alternative

  2. My grandpa at 55 saw my skateboard in the garage and thought it would be a good idea to try and ride it. We were all inside and heard the crash. He was laughing about it, but broke his wrist. Never old enough to know better

  3. When i dislocated my shoulder all i got was a pillow and sat on the bench of a ambulance. When got to the hospital i had to wait 45+ minutes for meds. That guy is lucky to get the morphine on the spot.

  4. Do older people produce the same amount of adrenaline? I had a serious break and dislocation when I was like 15. It nearly was a hairline fracture. But I was totally fine. I just got up, walking to a hospital sat in waiting for 15mins got xrayed, sent to a major hospital waited for like an hour then got drugged up and prepped for surgery. Really dont recall feeling more then a dull throb and being dizzy from the adrenaline.

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