Clinic gives University of New Mexico students experience
March 1, 2018
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — During the weekly Tuesday night clinic at an Albuquerque shelter for homeless men, the first client examined by a team of University of New Mexico health sciences students had been hit by a car just 15 minutes earlier.
Fortunately Jesse James Kershner, who had been riding his bike when the car struck him, was not seriously injured. Could be he's acquiring an immunity to collisions with moving vehicles.
"I've been hit by cars about 17 times," Kershner, 36, said as Samuel MacDonald, 22, a first-year medical student at UNM, checked him out for bruises and possible fr...
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