In season two, the Australian Outback, Mike Skupin was removed from the game after passing out in the fire and suffering severe burns on his hands. In season twelve, Panama: Exile Island, Bruce Kanegai was removed due to illness. In season fourteen, Fiji, Gary Stritesky left due to illness after falling during a reward challenge. In season sixteen, Micronesia: Fans vs. Favorites, two people were removed due to injury. The first was Jonathan Penner because of a severely infected cut on his knee. The second was James Clement because of an infected cut on his finger. Tocantins: Joe was removed due to an infected knee, and in Samoa Mike and Russell S were taken out due to heart issues
Even if you get voted out before the jury you don't go home because that would be a giveaway to your family. The people before the jury go to a lodge until the end of the game and the jury goes to Ponderosa, a separate place.
"PPE" is useful because it protects you from injury or illness. As a result you are more likely to go home in the same condition you were in when you went to work. This is a definite advantage.
Simply because the English language is exceedingly irregular. You may find that, in other languages, it's "go to home," because their languages are more regular.
nothing, you still have feeling but if you have a spinal chord injury that is connected with your head injury, then you could be paralized because the signals that go fro your brain to everywhere else have been cut off
You become a refugee by leaving, or being forced form your home, and fleeing possible death, injury, starvation, or discrimination when you have no place to go to (no other home).
There you go!
A blighty is a self inflicted injury, and many of the soldiers from WW1 gave themselves blightys to get out of the war, and to go home
Probably not. With no injury, there is no injury claim. With no treatment, no injury can be confirmed.
most likely, no. it can develope for no reason. and it can come and go.
yeah because they live there ansd we need to spend 1m to go there and another for the injury
It's baseball.He's afraid to go "home" because the man with a mask is there to catch the ball if he does.
English and Irish Gaelic. The entire Irish part translates to: Go home with you! Go home with you! Go home with you, Mary! Go home with you and stay at home, because your match is made.
because it doesn't make any sense
go to sports.yahoo.com click baseball then click the team the players in and go to the injury list
It depends on the type of injury. Usually you can proform rest, ice and elevation. if that doesnt help you should go see a doctor because the injury could be very serious. s
you swallow the fume ands you go hostpital and they tell you 'you'll be fine' then you go home swallow some chemicals and then you die xoxoxoxoxoxo
winnie diside she wants to go home because she doesn't fell right and she's home sick.
you have to know survivor strategies
you go to the doctor!
Why doesn't Tyray go see a doctor about his head injury?
It is Go home, not go to home.
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he dont go to no school he is home school because fans chased him