July 27th is a day that will remain with me forever. I was training for an upcoming century that morning and set out with a friend to do a 48 miler. 18 miles into the trip things went very wrong. We had just climbed a small hill, and decided to rest. Once we rehydrated, it was time to start the 6 mile downhill. I took off and told my friend that I would see him at the bottom. On the way down there were a series of curves in the road and on one of them a car decided to pass me. I thought it was close, so I tried to move to the right. The next thing I remember was being in a Helicopter headed for the Trauma Center.
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