Giving Tuesday is here! Accident Scene Management's goal is to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists through education. We are a 501(c) 3 nonprofit and donations are tax deductible. What is Giving Tuesday? It’s a simple idea. Just find a way for your family, your community, your company or your organization to come together to give something more. Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving. Be a part of a national celebration of our great tradition of generosity. Giving can even be FREE to you!
Below are a few ways your can join our mission to reduce injuries to motorcyclists. Spread the news and help us reach our goal of Zero Fatalities in 2015!
Stories from Road Guardians
O.G. Hawaii Ollie Grayson (O.G.) from Hawaii was in a motorcycle crash less than two weeks after taking Accident Scene Management Basic and Advanced classes. Classes were taught at Cycle City Harley Davidson every month by Fran Birulin and James Harbin. Little did O.G. know that the information he learned would be sued to help himself. Click the picture below to hear his personal story.
Ted Shiminski took ASM training in Dallas, TX area with Michelle Inzunza and Jeff Crotzer. Little did he know, that just months later he would be using the information he learned. Ted’s wife, Karen, wrote: Last night as we were leaving our church festivities we came upon a biker who was down. He unsuccessfully tried to take a curve doing too fast and lost control. Ted found him face down thrown from his bike and stayed with him keeping him calm until the EMT's arrived,. I was on traffic control while Ted maintained the scene. I was so proud of him and the EMT's said that they really appreciated him helping them load him into the ambulance just like we were taught. Thank God and thanks to u and Accident Scene Management for teaching us PACT the biker is alive.
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From the Antique Motorcycle Club of America
Today’s news came in the form of a phone call from Clyde Crouch, who was injured in a crash on September 14.
Clyde was riding on a narrow, twisty two-lane through the Colorado Rockies when his 1928 Henderson went off the road. He said he wasn’t going more than 15 mph when the bike hit a gravel dropoff at the edge of the pavement. He went down, and as he says, “I was the mattress between the bike and the edge of the road .”
As a result of falling on him, the bike was undamaged. And at first, it appeared the same was true for Clyde. Fortunately, though, Vicki “Spitfire” Sanfelipo, an EMT who was riding as part of the Cannonball support crew, happened along. Vicki, who is the founder of the Accident Scene Management program, became the guardian angel of this year’s Cannonball, watching over the physical condition of riders both on and off the bike. She was concerned about possible internal injuries that Clyde might have suffered and pushed for a trip to the hospital.
Leading the Way in 2015
Cat Hammes, RN worked night shift in an acute care hospital. One day, as she lay awake thinking about a patient, she decided to get up and take a motorcycle ride. Little did she know that day would change her life forever. A van pulling out of a liquor store failed to see her and pulled directly into her path. Fortunately, a motorcyclist who had been trained by ASM was on the scene. He attended to Cat before the EMTs got there and made sure they were aware of her injuries upon their arrival. Because of this stranger, though Cat was critically injured her future was better than it could have been. ASM’s goal is to reduce motorcycle fatalities to ZERO! Without our training, others like Cat, won’t be so lucky!
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Won’t you PLEASE HELP with a tax-deductible donation to ASM? Donations are what saved Cat’s life that day! Without your donations, we cannot continue to support training of Road Guardians & Instructors that can make a difference in your life or that of someone you might know. As a thank you, we will give you a one-year Road Guardians membership (or extend your current membership) with its many discounts and free accidental death and disability insurance. For donations of $250 OR more, we will send you a Road Guardians shirt of your choice. Checks may be made out to ASM and sent to address below. Credit Card donations can be made by visiting our website or calling 262-706-3278. Thank you, your donation could be a lifesaver! Click here to download the PDF donation form.
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Road Guardian membership supports our mission to reduce injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists and is only $20.00/year. Help ASM and get your money back by making your membership work for you.
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