While Sgt. Richard Carter was attempting to direct traffic, he became a victim of it. Carter was directing traffic in front of a local high school when a pickup, driving to fast for the wet conditions, hit Carter and began pushing him with his bumper. When the driver realized what had happened, he slammed on his brakes and stopped. According to the accident stats, Carter traveled 50 feet before coming to rest. Carter sustained a broken nose and sheared-off belt buckle from his slide. According to Bel Air Hospital doctors, his Second Chance® vest most definitely saved him from critical or fatal injuries.
We welcome Sergeant Richard Carter, SAVE #124, to The Safariland Group SAVES CLUB®.