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Yucky draw-grabbing incident 6-Oct-2015 At 7:43:16 AM mikllaw
Hmm, I've heard so many stories about the nastiness that draws can inflict but still jumped to clip a draw. The draw was off the ground, about 50 mm out of reach. I jumped up and clipped it nicely and then noticed my pants were wet..... with BLUD!

Even after 2 hours of compression (duct tape and toilet paper) it was bleeding heavily so I got 7 stitches in it (local GP, much faster than hospital). 9 days later it's ok and has been climbed on with some tape.

It was a smooth biner, but I hope i've learnt my lesson

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