December 1980
New Yorker;12/8/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 42, p122
The article offers information on the things to be done when persons who favors skiing met an accident while on the slopes. If a skiing enthusiast fell on a slope and hit his head which renders him unconscious, the person should be taken off the slope. The person should be taken to a physician to avoid serious damage.


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