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Width:for 42mm~48mm webbing
Surface:black or silver coating both available
Min. Breaking load: 4000lbs/18kN
Meets or Exceeds：ANSI Z359.12-09、CSA Z259.12-11
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Reported By: James Tully
LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A mattress flew off the back of a pick-up truck and caused a car full of people to flip over Sunday night in Lower Allen Township.
The driver didn’t stop after losing the cargo, but came forward to police Monday afternoon. The charges that man faces are pending as an investigation into the crash is still underway.
The mattress was still sitting along the side of Route 15 near Dillsburg Monday morning.
Stephanie Gardner was a passenger in the car struck by the mattress. She has bruises on her face, very swollen knee and large abrasions running up her right arm.
Her boyfriend, Allen Dozier, was driving.
“I went to swerve, but I didn’t miss it, when my tires went over it, it turned our car right away,” Dozier said.
He didn’t realize it was a mattress, it all happened too fast. The car was traveling at least 55 mph and it immediately turned into the median, flipping over.
Stephanie’s two kids, ages 5 and 6, were with Allen’s best friend Ben Cleck in the backseat.
“I am so thankful that he cares for my kids and he was there,” Gardner said.
All five people in the car were wearing seat belts, but while upside down Ben unbuckled his belt and used his own body to shield the two kids. Four of them were treated for minor injuries at a local hospital.
Pennsylvania State law says that every load on a vehicle needs to be fastened to prevent cargo from becoming loose, detached or in any manner a hazard to other users of the highway.
The penalty is a summary offense. If the cargo damages anything or causes any injuries the fine will be between $300 and $1,000.
In September 2009, in a galaxy far far away, Jack Nicholas attempted the world’s second highest bungee jump (Nevis).
After a night of heavy boozing in Queenstown Jack was understandably hung over and in no condition for any extreme activities.
Since he had already paid for his bungee jump he could not back out, so reluctantly followed Ian and Barry to the collection point.
During the build up to their jump Jack was reminded several times that the most important thing to remember was to jump headfirst. If you were to jump with your feet first you would be violently whipped upside down once the bungee rope reached its full elasticity risking severe whiplash and possibly breaking your neck.
Jack had claimed to have understood this very important instruction and was feeling surprisingly confident.
The following footage is a perfect example of how not to execute a bungee jump…
(please excuse the typos and bad language in the video)
“A couple of bottles boy” in a thick Waterford accent was a popular catchphrase amongst our gang at the time