I never cared much about driving or walking on ice, never more so than today.

First, on my way to work this morning, the driver of a big, red pick ’em up truck, speeding and running a red light, nearly wiped out in front of me.

Then, getting out of my car, I did wipe out on the ice, twisting my foot.  After a trip to the emergency room, a couple of wheelchair rides and four or five x-rays, the diagnosis:  soft tissue contusion.  Translation:  hurts like hell.

So, please drive and walk carefully.  It’s winter.

No, I never cared much for ice.  Except, of course, to cool my gin and vermouth.

About Terry Dullum

Terry Dullum is a North Dakota native and a graduate of the University of North Dakota. Currently, he is the anchor and producer of WDAZ News @5. He is also a popular speaker throughout the region.
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5 Responses to Ice

  1. Jon Lindgren says:

    Hope you heal soon–does not sound like fun. I fell down today but it was fortunately on soft snow.

  2. Q says:

    Been there, done that, not fun. Fell on ice many years ago and broke my tailbone. Agony. Feel better soon.

  3. Chuck says:

    I fractured my r ankle 1 no ago and have a long road to go. I know that stc hurts even worse. Hang in there and be a good patient. Ask yourself, “What would Ron BurgBurgundy do?”. Take care.

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  5. Bill Adams says:

    Terry that really must have hurt, but there is a positive note to it. You should be glad you are short and only had a short fall. Get better and take care. ☺

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