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So a few weeks ago I had an extremely nasty crash during practice. I completely separated my shoulder. Stage 3 separation, the worst you can do without tearing muscle too. This thing will not heal itself, on March 17th I will be getting surgery to repair my shoulder...

Just wanted to share the news.

Here is what i did.

Type III shoulder separation

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Thanks guys, no it was the 2 rear wheels, not one of the fronts. LOL I was doing about 60 towards the sun with people in front of me. I found a hole crossing the entire path I was on. The hole was about 3' across and 2' deep. I saw it too late and brakes were not an option. I mashed the gas and got the front wheels over it but the back caught and sent me flying through the air.

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