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The former Coventry stalwart,who still lives in the city, smashed his pelvis and two vertabrae in a horrific high impact crash at the Mildenhall track in April.
Storey had to be airlifted to the University of Durham Hospital, where a hairline fracture of neck vertabrae was diagnosed.
The 44-year-old therapist also suffered five fractured vertabrae, three broken ribs, a fractured eye socket and a broken nose in the attack.
Michelle Berman, assistant curator of vertabrae zoology at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, examined the dead whale and said it appeared to be a female fin whale, or possibly a sei whale.
I make a great point of the endurance trip, because instead of feeling like a misshapen coathanger at the end of it, I felt relatively supple with no aching vertabrae, which says volumes for the estate's suspension and comfort zones.
I make a great point of the endurance trip, because instead of feeling like a misshapen coat hanger at the end of it, I felt relatively supple with no aching vertabrae, which says volumes for the estate's suspension and comfort zones.
This from a 52-year-old man who's had two hack surgeries on the same two fractured vertabrae, a condition inflamed by surfing.
Anne had displaced a disc in her back so badly it had ruptured, causing the gel-like substance inside to spill onto her already compressed vertabrae.
As the Latin American inspired dance called the lambada sweeps northward, physicians from Miami to Montreal are beginning to see female patients with "lambada fractures" -- broken vertabrae at the base of the neck.