What to do if you’re struck by a vehicle or hit by an object during a festival: Get out of the way, get medical attention and get out of your way.
If you’re in the middle of a festival, and a car or vehicle comes up from behind you, take cover.
Get out the back of the car, and you’re not likely to be seriously injured.
The first thing you need to do is get out.
The second thing is, you need the people who are on the roadside, if possible, to get out and help you.
So get off the road, get out the car and if you can, try to get medical help to get you out of there.
The third thing is to get the other passengers out of their cars and get the injured person out of those vehicles and into a medevac helicopter.
The medevacs will take care of you, and they’ll try to help you get medical care and make sure you don’t need to get hospitalization.
So, if you’ve got a car and a vehicle, you’re more likely to survive.
If you’re on the ground and the car or a vehicle comes into your path, it can be very dangerous to get hit, but it can also be very deadly.
If a car hits you, you have the option of getting out of it, you can get out, get your medical attention, go to the nearest medevacer and get medical assistance.
And, if there’s a medEVAC, it will get you and the medevacing person out quickly.
But if the vehicle is going to hit you, it’s going to be much harder.
Because the vehicle isn’t going to stop, it doesn’t stop at the curb.
So you need two things.
You need to be very, very close, and if there is a large vehicle coming, you also need to have a high enough speed to get off of the roadway, and it’s probably going to have an oncoming car coming at you, too.
And you need that medEVACE to go as quickly as possible.
So you need both of those things.
And there’s not a lot of information out there on how to get those things done safely.
The information that we do have is it’s really important to get your medevaces out and to get help to do that.
And, you know, you don