ADAM： Ah！ It hurts. Don't touch it.
SCOTT： What part hurts？
ADAM： The shoulder.
SCOTT： Well， maybe you broke it. But what I'm worried about is this cut.
ADAM： It's not a cut. It's a gash！ It's bigger than a cut！ Ah！ I need a doctor.
SCOTT： C'mon. Just don't move.
ADAM： I'm bleeding too much.
SCOTT： We don't have a decent First Aid Kit， do we？
ADAM： Yes. My bike has one under the seat. Get it， quick！
SCOTT： There's some tape， iodine， and cloth bandages.
I don't think the cloth bandages can stop the bleeding. What we need is a tourniquet.
ADAM： Wrap a few loops of the bandages around my upper arm， then twist.
That will work as a tourniquet.
After that， you can cut more of the bandages to cover the wound.
SCOTT： Good plan. Let me put some iodine on the cut.
ADAM： No， forget that！ Do the tourniquet first. I'm losing too much blood.
SCOTT： Alright， alright. How did you cut this so bad？
ADAM： I ran it against that fence pole as I crashed. What do you think？
Damn， it hurts！
SCOTT： We'll have to get you to a hospital. I can ride you on the back of my bike.
ADAM： I'm lucky I wasn't killed.
I must have been going around forty-five miles an hour.
There was too much gravel on that corner. I slid out.
SCOTT： Yes， I almost slid too.
Alright. This tourniquet is tight. How does it feel？
ADAM： Make it tighter. I want the blood stopped.
Then wrap some bandages around the cut. Then we can go. Ouch！ I hope I can walk.
SCOTT： Alright， I'm twisting it around. You tell me when to stop.
ADAM： There. Stop！
我一定是骑到时速 45 哩。