Sometimes taking the helmet off is key, but you must know what your doing...Was involved in the other side of a accident, i was in a track that head on hit a guy on a dirt bike, he did not make it out, but we tried to give him the best care we could along with everybody freaking out and i was on the phone with 911 and they did say not to take the helmet off, but blood was puddling up and he would have drowned in it, we administered CPR for 30mins before help arrived he was breathing and had a pulse but was pronounced DOA shortly after the paramedic arrived, i hope i never have to be on either side of a accident ever again, he was 24 years old and did not deserve to die but we cannot question what god has in store for us!
P.S. every rider should know emergencies procedure's like the back of there hand!
R.I.P to all fallen riders, and god bless to there loved one's
08 zx-10r--Street--MGP exhaust, BMC race, nuff said
06 CBR600rr--track--Full Hindle Titanium, full Ohilns suspension