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Post by redpill on Sat Nov 05, 2016 10:14 pm

i click on yahoo and i find this news

life's fragile and i scan news as to how people get hurt and die so i can learn something

today's safety lesson

this is 19 year old Emily Rand

this is what happened

so safety lesson, if you look like this

and you get into a fist fight with a male, this is what could happen

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Woman suffers fractured skull near RU campus
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on November 04, 2016 at 8:29 AM, updated November 04, 2016 at 5:31 PM

NEW BRUNSWICK — A 19-year-old woman suffered a fractured skull after being punched in the face near a Rutgers fraternity house over the weekend, and her family is asking for help to identify the man who hit her.
Screen Shot 2016-11-04 at 12.57.40 PM.pngEmily Rand, 19, of South Amboy suffered a fractured skull after being punched by a man in New Brunswick last weekend. Debbie O'Connor

Emily Rand's aunt said her niece underwent surgery at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital on Thursday in an attempt to reduce bleeding in her brain, but that the teenager isn't making progress.

"Not yet," Debbie O'Connor said by phone Friday afternoon. "No improvement at all. She's still heavily sedated."

A video of the incident posted on social media and obtained by NJ Advance Media shows Rand take a swing at a man in the area of Robinson and Hamilton streets before the unidentified man punched her in the face.

Rutgers University police provided an alert about an attack at the same intersection at 1 a.m. Sunday that involved a person who suffered a head injury after being knocked to the ground, though it does not name the victim.

"In this incident the victim, who is not affiliated with the university, was struck in the face during a physical altercation and fell to the ground resulting in a transport to a local hospital. Several of the involved parties fled the area prior to police arrival and the description of the perpetrator is limited at this time," it said.

Rand's family, however, indicated she was injured sometime Friday night into Saturday.

O'Connor said Rand, a Middlesex County College student from South Amboy, was awake for a time Saturday but then had to be intubated. Rand faces "a month or two" in a rehabilitation facility whenever she is discharged from the hospital, according to her aunt.
Screen Shot 2016-11-04 at 12.52.31 PM.pngEmily Rand, left, and her aunt Debbie O'ConnorDebbie O'Connor

O'Connor said she and her husband have had regular contact with the New Brunswick police, who have yet to charge anyone in the attack.

A message left for New Brunswick police Friday morning was not immediately returned.

The New Brunswick Police Department asks that anyone with information, or who may have been in the area at the time, to contact the detective bureau at 732-745-5217.

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News 12 New Jersey reported 19-year-old Emily Rand got into a fight with a man on Hamilton Street in New Brunswick early Saturday morning. In a Snapchat video, Rand appears to throw the first punch. A man then slugged her, knocking Rand to the ground, according to the report. The video shows Rand not moving and the man running away.

Rutgers University spokesman E.J. Miranda said Rand is not a university student.

Her aunt, Debbie O’Connor, in a Facebook post wrote that Rand suffered “a concussion, fractured skull, and brain bleeding and is now on ventilator. She is not getting better or responding to treatment” and is hooked to 11 different machines at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, O’Connor wrote.

O’Connor is pleading for information so the man who hit Rand, whose first name she said is Chris, is caught. “Don’t let this person get away with it. He was ‘man’ enough to hit her, he should be man enough to be held accountable,” O’Connor wrote.

The suspect is described as having a shorter build and was wearing a gray sweatshirt and a black hat. New Brunswick Police ask anyone with information about the incident to call 732-745-5200.

Read More: Who punched Emily Rand? 19-year-old lies unconscious after fight near Rutgers |

NEW BRUNSWICK — Emily Rand remains in the hospital following brain surgery after being punched on a street near Rutgers University.

The man who punched her during a loud altercation on a city street has not been arrested or identified.

“She’s not doing well. She had to have surgery to remove part of her skull and she’s still in critical condition,” Rand’s aunt Debbie O’Connor told New Jersey 101.5.  “Hopefully she’ll wake up but we don’t know yet.

“They said she’s going to need rehab and in a month or two they’ll have to put that piece (of her skull) back if she recovers,” O’Connor said, explaining that surgeons operated on the skull in order to relieve pressure on her brain.

Read More: Emily Rand continues slow recovery from skull-cracking punch near Rutgers |

this happened 1am , Friday Nov 4, 2016

the video clearly shows her attempting to hit punch the white male, unidentified first, he then counters and right hooks her.

so yeah, a single punch in the head can crack and fracture your skull and put you at risk of death, and if not death, then lots of surgery, long recovery, medical bill, and rehab, possible loss of function

if you're a dude  who threw the punch you may be facing jail, prosecution, and civil lawsuits for damages.

just think for a minute how quickly her fortune changed. one minute, she is healthy and partying. then 1 punch, and now she's had skull fractured, coma, brain bleeds, possible risk of death

if she had studied martial arts

they teach that martial arts is for self-defense only, and to avoid engaging a physical confrontation.

in other words, punching a guy first is probably not a good idea. she'd also have some idea of how powerful a strike can be from breaking boards and hitting sandbags.

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Post by redpill on Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:37 pm

from 1am , Friday Nov 4, 2016 to June 2017

from facebook

Chris Rand
April 9
Can't believe I am saying this but I broke down seeing my sister after today she could not respond to me... the only response she had was as i rubbed her hand she did the same to me as well showing me she was in pain and needed medication.... This is truly killing me, I hate seeing my sister like this I love you Emily!!!!!!!!!!

Lisa Ann
May 1 · South Amboy, NJ
So to recap: after the accident she was
Hospitalized for 2 months
Home for less than 1 month
Re-admitted into hospital 2/3/17 so there's
Another 3 months.
Poor baby girl loses 6 months of her life and still no end in sight. This just sickens me to death. I won't start with the boy that hit her because it's very upsetting to the family that no charges have been filed. Thank you to everyone praying please keep praying hard

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Post by MurderMysteryReader on Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:56 pm

Martial Arts skills help in these situations. It empowers you so someone is less likely to take you on or start a physical confrontation. It evens the odds in a confrontation between a man and woman. I believe it is an affective form of self defense.

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Post by redpill on Wed Jun 28, 2017 4:01 pm

in this particular instance, what Emily needed to do was not initiate a fight and make contact.

i suspect the family might attempt to sue, the guy though can claim self defense.

good news, she is still alive.

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Megan Keefe 20

Post by redpill on Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:45 pm

Megan Keefe 20

My name is Kathy Long.  I am the aunt of Megan Keefe.  As many of you know, Megan was in a tragic accident on March 17, 2017.  Megan suffered a traumatic brain injury and is currently in a coma and fighting for her life.  She is being treated in the hospital and has faced many surgeries.  There will be more surgeries down the road.

Megan is a great daughter to Brian and Kim. She is the best big sister to Brian and Connor.   She also has a puppy named Sammie that is lost without her.  Megan's birthday is 12-06.   We ask that you say a prayer for her at 12:06. This is something we do daily. The power of prayer is an amazing thing.

Megan is the kind of person that would drop whatever she is doing to help out her family and friends.  

Each day that goes by we pray for a miracle that Megan wakes up and we can start her rehab process and bring her home.

Any money  donated will go to the family to help with finances and expenses. We all truly appreciate the love and support from so many during this difficult time.

Woman's parents file lawsuit against Cleveland bar after the 20-year-old fell off the second floor balcony and suffered 'catastrophic' head injuries
Megan Keefe was on the second floor balcony of Spirits bar on St. Patrick's Day
The railing gave way, and she plummeted head first into a granite counter 15 feet below suffering brain bleed and fractures to her skull, vertebrae and eye socket
Video footage inside the bar also shows an employee dragging her outside
Her parents filed lawsuit Monday, accusing the bar and its owners of negligence
The suit claims they did nothing despite knowing the railing was dangerous
Lawsuit also claims the dragging aggravated Keefe's 'catastrophic' injuries
Keefe is unconscious in an assisted living facility, with medical bills costing $1m
The bar was not certified to allow customers on the second floor, and it was temporarily shut down and cited for 'hazardous conditions', police said

The parents of a 20-year-old woman who was dragged out of a bar after she fell from a second floor balcony have filed a lawsuit accusing the owners of negligence.

Megan Keefe was at Spirits bar in Cleveland, Ohio, on St. Patrick's Day, when the railing on the second floor balcony gave way.

She plummeted head first into a granite counter 15 feet below, causing horrendous head injuries, the lawsuit states.

Keefe suffered a brain bleed and a fractured skull, vertebrae, and eye socket.

But staff allegedly ignored her need for medical attention and dragged her outside, aggravating her injuries, the lawsuit states.

Keefe's parents Brian and Kimberlie Keefe filed the lawsuit in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court on Monday against the bar and its owners.

Their daughter, who is still unconscious, is being cared for at an assisted-living facility, where she requires intensive care, according to a magistrate's filing cited by

Her medical bills, which have already added up to $1million, are expected to exceed $10million over the course of her life, the lawsuit estimates.  

Keefe fell at around 2.30pm as crowds gathered in the city's warehouse district after the St. Patrick's Day parade.

only 20, leaning on railings, it gave way and she fell 15 feet head first directly onto pavement

major surgeries and still in a coma, still unconcsious as of Thursday June 29, 2017

so i guess the safety here is don't lean on railings bc it might give way and you fall head first

she is still alive but at age 20, she had severe head injury and is still unconscious. she may live, but have severe disabilities. at age 20.

so her life and fortunes changed in an instant.

she is still alive as is emily rand, age 19.

sometimes i wonder if i should wear a protective helmet at all times.

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