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Women injured after Lime scooter accident require more regulation

AMY GIANFRANCESCO PRESENTS WITH LARRY WILLIAMS ABOVE Amy Gianfrancesco says she will never be a "sucker" for Lime scooters after a late night crash this week left her with a cracked neck, a lost tooth and serious face bruising. The British citizen has been in the orthopedic unit in Auckland City Hospital since the early hours on Thursday morning after a crime found her brainwashed on the side of King St, Gray Lynn, just after midnight. 19659003] Gianfrancesco says that she is now just colliding the events of the night, which she had not initially remembered after waking up in hospital. "We had gone to play Holey Moley golf with my friends and had a couple I'm always a sucker for a lime, I love them &#821 1; I do not do that anymore. We had gone to McDonalds, which I hate so I went home, she says. Gianfrancesco's Lime App History Show jumped on the scooter on Great North Rd in Gray Lynn, and then dropped down to go down to King St where she lives. "I remember It's happening now, but I thought it was a nightmare, but I do not think so anymore, because I remember to zoom down that street, "she says. " It's a really steep and hilly road and I came shortly after Bunnings and found a common sense unconsciousness. " " Fortunately, my apartment mate had called me and the ambulance woman answered. So she could come and find me which was nice.…

AMY GIANFRANCESCO PRESENTS WITH LARRY WILLIAMS ABOVE

Amy Gianfrancesco says she will never be a “sucker” for Lime scooters after a late night crash this week left her with a cracked neck, a lost tooth and serious face bruising.

The British citizen has been in the orthopedic unit in Auckland City Hospital since the early hours on Thursday morning after a crime found her brainwashed on the side of King St, Gray Lynn, just after midnight. 19659003] Gianfrancesco says that she is now just colliding the events of the night, which she had not initially remembered after waking up in hospital.

“We had gone to play Holey Moley golf with my friends and had a couple I’m always a sucker for a lime, I love them &#821

1; I do not do that anymore. We had gone to McDonalds, which I hate so I went home, she says.

Gianfrancesco’s Lime App History Show jumped on the scooter on Great North Rd in Gray Lynn, and then dropped down to go down to King St where she lives.

“I remember It’s happening now, but I thought it was a nightmare, but I do not think so anymore, because I remember to zoom down that street, “she says.

” It’s a really steep and hilly road and I came shortly after Bunnings and found a common sense unconsciousness. “

” Fortunately, my apartment mate had called me and the ambulance woman answered. So she could come and find me which was nice. I do not have any family here.

Gianfrancesco blasted her C7 backbone at the bottom of the neck and got brain injury – now classified as a mild head injury.

She also lost half tooth and have bad scratches and bruises over her face

Gianfrancesco has been placed in a headrest and administers regular doses of morphine for what she describes as constant pain.

To further add Gianfrancesco wound he plans to fly back to her home in Somerset next Sunday, December 23, after three years of childhood in Auckland.

Gianfrancesco has been told by a doctor that she is likely to be released either tomorrow or monday, and her mother has special attention from Air NZ during the 24 hour trip.

“I was super emotional for two days and cried a lot, mainly to t I wanted to come home, “she says.

After her ordea I think Gianfrancesco has to be urgent updates of the security measures around Lime scooters.

“Dunkade people will always do stupid things anyway, but my understanding was that these limes were not left around in town so people could spend hours after drinking a lot,” Gianfrancesco said.

“They should come along helmets with an elongated lead. They would speed them to 15 km / h [manufacturers say the top speed of a Lime scooter is 24km/h].

“I was on a hill, so I had no chance anyway. I’ve been to them five or six times earlier, but they” I have very little wheels, so if you travel quickly once, it starts wobbling, There is not much you can do to check it. It’s an accident waiting to happen. “

She says she has heard from doctors and others about the extent of the damage that these scooters have caused.

” I would be careful to use them again. To be honest, I think I would definitely find a helmet to wear. I would probably never go on them to be honest, it would take me a while to be safe enough. “

She told Larry Williams that she would like to see the scooters be locked after dark.

She says she would like her to be responsible and thought it would be a continuous journey.

” I have has come down the road five times earlier, and it is much safer than the walkway, it does not have slag. “

Gianfrancesco says that these scooters do not really have rules and anyone who is sober or full, is likely to have an accident.

Lime’s user agreement makes it clear that any liability for accidents lies entirely with the user and includes a condition that specifically prohibits any alcohol or drug abuse that “may impair your ability to safely use all products.”

Ea ch Today, an average of six people make ACC claims of injured on Lime Scooters – 392 in Auckland and Christchurch between October 14 and December 12.

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