Your humble scribe practices putting a victim's leg in a "kickstand" to help him stay in the "puke and drool" position.
Not every rider in the group had experience with a flip-up, modular helmet. Here ASM instructors Jeff West and Kathleen Bridgewater describe how these helmets work to help us realize that they might not need to come off to provide breathing assistance.
ASM instructor Kathleen Bridgewater describes the two-person method for removing a full-face helmet from a victim who is not breathing. (Photos: the author and Maryalice Breninger)

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