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I will not help, because I will vomit!

An accident in Poland. Witnesses of accident came out of the car and filming. No one comes to see what happened to the victims of the accident. The following dialogue between them:

Man: "F**k, maybe someone else there can be remove, f**k.
Woman: "I vomit, f**k"
Woman 2: "Go see Adam, f**k"
Man: "I also vomit f**k, that I f**k"
Woman: "He's dead ... he probably is not in the car"

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Added: Jun-4-2012 Occurred On: Jun-4-2012
By: RAPTOR77
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Tags: accident, Poland, road, car, truck
Location: Poland (load item map)
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  • Just found out that this accident occured near the village Stary Debsk (national road 2) on May-30-2012. The driver died instantly, thats the info given by the rescue teams. There was a passanger in the car who survived with severe injuries. Pictures of the scene: http://www.kppspsochaczew.pl/wp-content/gallery/20120530/p1050144.jpg , http://www.kppspsochaczew.pl/wp-content/gallery/20120530/p1050148.jpg , http://www.kppspsochaczew.pl/wp-content/gallery/20120530/p1050143.jpg

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  • you have to go in regardless. I had to do it once when first on the scene. I saw a dead woman beside her husband who was still breathing. Poor old couple went the wrong way onto the highway from a side road into oncoming traffic and head-on into a minivan. I tried to keep him calm while help arrived, he was in shock. I hope I helped in some small way...

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  • If a witness of an car accident do not grant the assistance to victims is prosecuted by law in Poland. I do not judge them. I'd probably chicken out as well. But one thing is certain, if I'm scared and about to puke, I'm sure I did not think about recording people's tragedy.

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    • @Yaotzin51 Exactly how I feel, The people in this vid are cowards and don't deserve life.

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    • @iSixtynine Well, Ive been at many of this kind of accidents mostly because it's my job. The problem is not with what you see, because it's clearly just meat and blood etc.. Which is not the problem. The problem is that the smell of everything that comes from inside a corpse is something you cant prepare yourself to..
      Why are they cowards? You think he's alive? Or should they be scraping the bodyparts from the trunk and back seat of the car? Pretty ignorant and stupid.

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    • @iSixtynine
      Think that's a bit harsh?? Maybe they just didn't know what to do, like a lot of people wouldn't - and by the looks of it there wasn't much they could do anyway. .They didn't choose to witness that.

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    • @Yaotzin51 I'd be the first to tell you that I'm a whimp when it comes gores and shit like that but never would I stand by and not help, not matter how bad, I'd rather be sick for a month than not get involved.

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    • @Yaotzin51 Videos will not really prepare you. Get some serious F/A training, volunteer at hospitals, go on ride alongs with Police, Fire, EMS.
      That is the best way.

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  • Translation of the dialogue is terrible...

    man: oh fuck!
    man2: maybe we can still get someone fucking out
    woman: oh fuck...
    woman2: i will puke...
    woman3: adam go take a fucking look!
    camerman: i'll fucking puke too...
    woman: oh jesus... he's dead, certainly. i don't think he's even in the car.
    truckdriver: for sure. he just completely drove onto my lane
    woman: i really don't think he's in the fucking car
    truckdriver: i floored the breaks and [video ends here]


    Please, don't translate any dial More..

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  • Yeah, sometimes these moments make you sick just out of pure imagination. Not to be blamed. That's why I watch gore every once and I while. I don't want to be that useless person during a crash.

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  • Trucker says "he came over into my side" at the end.

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  • Im going to be the devils advocate and say i don't expect anything else from the general public at an accident scene like that. High probability of a fatality - likely no or little medial experience - no or little emergency situation experience....

    Yes someone should help, but I don't blame these people for not wanting to see the potential trauma associated with accidents like this. They aren't all sick fucks like us members of LiveLeak. For some people sights like this can cause years of night More..

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    • @NarcanBaby Not to mention the SUV involved is basically twisted metal after being involved in the accident. To remove someone from that would more likely that not require the Jaws of Life or some hydraulic/plasma cutting tool to safely remove the injured person and/or deceased thus they wouldn't be able to provide much help anyways.

      At least they took the time and effort to get out and show their concern which is more than any of the cars caught in the jam did.

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    • @Zivs

      Exactly. Easy to judge them on a few seconds of video, but I can tell you that there is a distinct sound, feel and smell at scenes like that. Unless you come across it, it is impossible to know how you would act, even when trained to deal with it.

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    • Comment of user 'brakesnotbreaksdumbass' has been deleted by author (after account deletion)!
    • @NarcanBaby If it were your mother or your child in the back seat?

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    • @NarcanBaby

      Bingo

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  • I guess they are afraid to look. They have no duty to even stop and help (although it's the morally correct thing to do) so I won't criticize them.

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    • @rather-dashing "They have no duty to even stop and help"

      That may be true in Poland. It isn't in the US. Failing to render aid is a crime. If the person is dead, it's irrelevant. If he's not, and the car bursts in to flames, and the coroner's report comes back that they actually died from smoke inhalation? You can go to jail.

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    • @rather-dashing
      In Germany there is a duty to help at an accident. If you pass by and there's a witness, you might get charged afterwards.

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    • @ST0N3PONY True, but if you break their neck while removing them they will sue you

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    • @rather-dashing You are wrong. We have a duty to stop and help. You can be punished if you dont do that. And I can tell its not about fear to look. I can tell that from the last night.

      I was driving from Sopot to Warsaw and got flat tire and my acu went down around 100km from Gdansk. I haven't got my key packed so i tried to stop someone who could help me. In like... 4 hours trying here is a summary:

      1 Pole stopped (for about 40 tries) helped with a tire.

      3 Poles, 1 Lithuanian and 1 Russian More..

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    • @ST0N3PONY you are mixing civil and criminal law. But that's only to be expected from an american.

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  • yeah they should be rushing straight over but fear can be a paralyzing thing, it's easy to judge someone when you aren't there. I was a teenager when my mother, brother and I (and 1 other car) witnessed a truck go over an embankment and pretty much instantly was engulfed in flames so we couldn't get near it. I remember being on the other side of the road vomiting so much that I had nothing left to vomit out. I did find out later that driver had actually died on impact and not burned to death, More..

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  • Comment of user 'rthefley' has been deleted by author (after account deletion)!
  • I dunno... I can't really comment on this because I really don't know what I'd REALLY do in such a situation; of course, NOW and HERE I say "Fuck yeah, let's go and check out the victims, see if you can help", and right now I can't imagine NOT to do that, but then I never actually WAS in such a situation..

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  • weak stomachs make weak videos

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  • VOMIT IF YOU MUST BUT TRY TO HELP!!! You could make the difference for someone while aid get's there. Stupid weak people!!!

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  • You'd think poles would have strong stomaches with the shit they eat.

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  • I find it hard to blame them - I don't know how I would react in the middle of the wreck like that, when you know very well that anything you see will be far from pretty and will probably scar you for life...

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  • i can understand these people. Gore through a monitor is a lot different than real life.

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  • Sad stuff, they could actually help save a life if they cared enough.

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  • kurrrrva, kurrrva, la kurva, joder, Ramón, la curva coño!

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  • This pop up ad of the irish spring soup is so fucking annoying. LL get rid of this shit are you trying in imply that we stink? O_o

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    • @dolfan650 Even then your not safe man. i drove Class A for awhile and Ive seen trailers come through the cab and the tanks explode way to easy if hit right. Id rather die fast then burn slow.

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  • Helped in one car accident, woman driver, her legs were broken/bleeding, face cut up a bit ,knocked out(came back). Definitely should help, mental scarring knowing you gave it your all and tried to save a life or tell your friends/family i was to scared of vomiting to help a dying person?

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  • What are they suppose to do? Are they doctors? The only thing they can do is call one.

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  • Puke and then get busy... not an excuse.

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  • Judging by these people accent and way of speaking they are sort of polish rednecks / scumbags - especially girl's accent and tone.
    Therefore I am not surprised of their action... really, really bad form...
    On the other hand, they would not probably be able to do a lot any ways, without proper medical training you could only harm the victims even more, etc. I at least would go and see if I can do anything, but I can tell it wont be easy for me rescue them. probably phone 112 and pray!

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