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Old July 20th 10, 02:56 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Mike Vandeman[_4_]
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Default Police airlift Bedminster man who broke leg mountain biking


Police airlift Bedminster man who broke leg mountain biking

BEDMINSTER * A 51-year-old Bedminster Township man who reportedly fell
and suffered multiple fractures to his leg while mountain biking in
Allamuchy State Park on Sunday, July 19, was hoisted to safety by a
state police helicopter team, state police said.

Terry Markovich of Bedminster was airlifted about 125 feet from a
ledge in remote and rugged terrain in the state park, located in Byram
Township, said state police spokesman Sgt. Julian Castellanos. He said
the rescue took place at about 11:30 a.m.

Castellanos said Markovich apparently lost control of his mountain
bike and his fall resulted in multiple breaks to his lower left leg.
Castellanos said he does not know how the cyclist was able to report
the injury and summon help.

Sgt. Anthony Zedonek of the state police emergency aerial response
unit said that local rescuers contacted the aviation service after
determining that carrying the cyclist to safety overland would involve
a two-hour hike through rugged terrain.

Zedonek said Markovich was taken to a local school building following
the rescue. He said he had no further information available on the
man's condition. Zedonek said the helicopter unit also performs such
assignments as water rescues and searches for persons lost in heavily
wooded areas.
Old July 20th 10, 03:47 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Bill Weir
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On Jul 19, 9:56*pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:

Attacking others could land a person in jail.

Old July 20th 10, 04:45 AM posted to alt.mountain-bike,rec.bicycles.soc,rec.backcountry,ca.environment,sci.environment
Edward Dolan
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Default Bill Weir ****s on newsgroups yet once again

"Bill Weir" wrote in message
On Jul 19, 9:56 pm, Mike Vandeman wrote:

Attacking others could land a person in jail.


You're an idiot. A moron of the highest order. You're so stupid it's a
wonder you can remember to breath. Intelligent ideas bounce off your head as
if it were coated with teflon. Creative thoughts take alternate
transportation in order to avoid even being in the same state as you. If you
had an original thought it would die of loneliness before the hour was out.
On an intelligence scale of 1 to 10 (10 corresponding to the highest
attainable IQ) you're rating is so far into negative numbers that one would
need to travel into another quantum reality in order to even catch a distant
glimpse of it.

****ing Regards,

Ed Dolan the Great - Minnesota
Saint Edward the Great - Order of the Perpetual Sorrows - Minnesota


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