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    Pittsburgh, PA Southside trail May 30th..if you know anything please PM/ reply to me.

    This is for the person or anyone else that saw anything on Wednesday May 30, around 630ish...

    I was found unconscious by a roadie on the Southside trail. This gentleman definitely knew what to do(I believe he was an EMT) and I believe he really helped me, maybe even saved my life.

    I donít remember ANYTHING. All I remember is waking up on the trail looking up at this roadie. Please if anything one knows ANYTING about what happened to me on the Southside trail please PM me or reply

    I was riding a blue and white specialized Allez Sport, and was wearing a sortof spiderwebish red and black jersey.

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    Dude--I just went through that today

    Quote Originally Posted by wanna-be
    This is for the person or anyone else that saw anything on Wednesday May 30, around 630ish...

    I was found unconscious by a roadie on the Southside trail. This gentleman definitely knew what to do(I believe he was an EMT) and I believe he really helped me, maybe even saved my life.

    I donít remember ANYTHING. All I remember is waking up on the trail looking up at this roadie. Please if anything one knows ANYTING about what happened to me on the Southside trail please PM me or reply

    I was riding a blue and white specialized Allez Sport, and was wearing a sortof spiderwebish red and black jersey.
    First, I hope you're OK. Today I came upon a rider basically unconscious. Making the story real short, he finally walked out with the aid of EMTs. It's real spooky coming across riders in his (your) condition. It was well over an hour from the time I came upon this guy to the time he was escorted out (I was amazed he could walk to tell you the truth). But, you know, for me it's not about anyone at all outside of who helped me in this situation aiding the downed rider knowing this story--I can see how the guy who aided you just wants to stay on the sidelines. Could be this guy doesn't even know mtbr exists. In my case, I emailed the guy pictures I took of the aftermath. I'm not really looking for his thanks (anybody would have done what I did in the same situation) but I sure was glad to help.

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