Bus Conductor Gets His Foot Run Over, Suffers Avascular Necrosis

Bus Conductor Gets His Foot Run Over, Suffers Avascular Necrosis

Bus conductor had his left foot run over by the bus he was serving. His big toe got disarticulated and suffered Avascular Necrosis, which means some of the bone tissue died due to interrupted blood supply.

I don’t know what chances of saving his toe are, but according to Wikipedia, sometimes it’s possible to treat or reverse avascular necrosis though there are many aspects in play.

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41 thoughts on “Bus Conductor Gets His Foot Run Over, Suffers Avascular Necrosis”

    1. For the looks of it. It’s his left foot. The doors are usually in front of them. The guy was probably collecting the fares with his left side of his body towards the wheel. Bus driver was impatient, and crushed the poor-guy’s foot. Damn if the foot cannot be saved it sucks to live in a country you cannot sue anyone for negligence….Better than in Brazil…lol

  1. Yo, my toes point up at a 45 degree angle like that naturally. Born like that,and I can bend my toe back so it touches the top of my foot. I think it’s gotta be double jointed.And by big toe is so fat that it looks like one of those novelty hitch hiking thumbs. I have the feet of a freak. lol

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