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INCIDENT #2

 

Loud snap

Chevrolet come out

Burn rubber

Fishtail right 

Do U-turn

Stall

Flat tyre (no motion)

Mind blows

Crash

 

 

Cold, clammy skin

Excessive sweating

Rapid pulse

Enlarged pupils

High blood pressure

Fast, shallow breathing

Weakness

Chest pain

Pale skin

Dizziness

Loss of consciousness

Seizures

Confusion or unresponsiveness

Nausea or vomiting

Anxiety or agitation

Shock oftentimes accompanies injuries like heavy bleeding, broken bones, or spinal/back injuries.

 

One of the lesser-known types of shock is emotional shock. Emotional shock may or may not be accompanied by physical injuries, but often presents with physical symptoms like those experienced when undergoing physical shock. These symptoms may include:

 

Upset stomach

Racing heartbeat

Muscle tension

Headache/body aches

Severe anxiety

Feeling afraid or panicked

Feeling exhausted

Feeling “out of place” or unable to make sense of the situation

Feeling unreasonably upset or agitated

Emotional shock can be just as dangerous as physical shock since the two are often linked. A victim may not display any physical symptoms besides symptoms of emotional shock but may have an internal injury, for example. Other common symptoms, such as a racing heartbeat or high blood pressure, can lead to further medical complications if left untreated.