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サッカー帰りの英男性 すね当てで九死に一生


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サッカー帰りの英男性 すね当てで九死に一生
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Carlo De Chiro's with his shin pads which saved his limbs when he was in a high speed car crash. See Ross Parry story RPYSHIN; An amateur footballer injured in a 130mph car crash escaped having his legs amputated - because he was wearing SHINPADS. Carlo De Chiro, 47, was still wearing his shinpads as he travelled home from a five-a-side kick about with his mates. But he thanks his lucky stars he still had his football attire on when a speeding car ploughed into him on a country lane bend. The impact pushed his car engine so far into the dashboard the pedals pushed Carlo's ankles up to where the gears usually sit.An amateur footballer injured in a 130mph car crash has avoided needing his legs amputated - because he was wearing SHINPADS.

Carlo De Chiro, 47, was still wearing his shinpads as he travelled home from a five-a-side kick about with his mates.

But he thanks his lucky stars he still had his football attire on when a speeding car ploughed into him on a country lane bend.

The impact pushed his car engine so far into the dashboard the pedals pushed Carlo's ankles up to where the gears usually sit.

Chesterfield Town fan Carlo says doctors told him if it wasn't for his full-length Polyurethane 'shinnies' he wouldn't be able to walk again.

It took him almost two years until he could play football again after the crash - which broke his left fibia and tibia, ruptured an artery in right leg and broke both ankles.

Carlo, of Chesterfield, South Yorks., said: "If it wasn't for my shinnies [shinpads] I don't think I would have legs to this day.

"When the engine came through the dashboard my ankle was pushed to where the gears are with the brake and accelerator pedals pushing on the pad.

"If it hadn't been for the pads - the pedals would have gone straight through the bones.

"It would have practically cut them off against my skin and I would be on stumps today."

He was travelling back home in his dark grey Ford Focus when he was met by a Mazda Mx5 that was overtaking on a blind bend in Chesterfield, South Yorks.

The accident, which happened on December 1, 2004, put him in a wheelchair during his 18 months of recovery and he was left with a Titanium rod in his leg forever.

He said: "The force kind of put me into what I call a side saddle and had twisted me round - the guys who cut me out said I was lucky to be alive."

The driver of the Mazda was fined and given nine points to his additional three already on his licence and was banned for six months.

Carlo added: "I got compensation for the crash obviously, but it isn't enough for him - when police arrived on the scene and saw my car they thought there had been a fatality."

Describing the incident, Carlo, who is married but doesn't have any children, added: "He just came round in an 'S' shape and ended up in my lane - I could have died.

"I didn't have time to react and he hit me - the police say the crash had a combined impact of 130mph.

"It was a 50mph zone, I was going about 45mph and he was going about 85mph."

Carlo's story comes 13 years after his horror crash - which stopped him continuing his job as an IT support worker with the NHS.

He started as an Occupational Therapist three years ago because he wants to help people like him who have been through trauma.

One in five (20 per cent) patients admitted to trauma centres were involved in road crashes in 2016 according to new figures obtained by road safety charity Brake.

Road collisions were the second largest cause of trauma admissions, after falls from less than two metres.

Jason Wakeford, director of campaigns for Brake, said: “Not only do needless road collisions cause untold suffering but they also place an enormous strain on the NHS and other public services.

"Speeding is a factor in many deadly crashes and remains a major problem.

"Driving is unpredictable and if something unexpected happens on the road ahead, such as a child stepping out from between parked cars, it’s a driver’s speed that determines whether they can stop in time and, if they can’t, how hard they will hit.

"That’s why we’re encouraging everyone to ‘Speed Down Save Lives’ for Road Safety Week this year."
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2017年11月23日
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イギリス
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