Its time to own up - confess you Organ Donor moments here and hope for absolution. On the first day of the summer holiday after I completed my AS-Levels, my friend and I decided to make the most of the gorgeous weather to really get an adrenaline hit. Taking his brothers downhill longboard (without asking) we proceeded to trudge all the way to the top of the 1km long, very steep hill, that he lived on. At the top we donned our MX bodyarmour and helmets. We then sat on the board, me on the front, him right behind me, his legs wrapped over mine so that his feet were in the gap between my crotch and my feet.Then we pushed off. I don't actually remember anything from a day prior to doing this, until I woke up in hospital 34hours later, and even then all it is are a few fuzzy snapshots of blue curtains, I don't have proper memories until a good 2 weeks after being release from hospital. There was a police investigation of the crash scene and the report is pretty terrifying. The crash investigators said that we drifted wide over the centreline on a LH corner and hit a glancing blow to the side of a car coming up the hill. There was a very round shaped dent in the door, created by my head. My friend slid into the dirt bank at the side of the road, bounced off it and tumbled a long way down the road, and I am presumed to have been spun round by the face to door impact and slid down the road face down. As an estimate based on the damage done, distance thrown etc they estimated we hit the car at or just under 40mph. The damage was pretty serious. Friend Broke all 4 fingers in his right hand Broke both bones in right forearm Dislocated left knee Broken left ankle Me Unconcious for 34hours The force of my face hitting the car door made the helmet strap dislocate my jaw and my front two teeth on the top were smashed by part of the mouth of the helmet caving in Dislocated left shoulder Fractured sturnum Broken right shin We also had some nasty road rash, and I've got the scars from an operation to repair the damage to my shoulder, and on my shin from where the bone poked though. That summer REALLY sucked. So come on people - what have been your most organ donor moments? They don't have to end in disaster, but they do have to be something that you did because you thought it was a good idea at the time!