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27 / M / Malaysia
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Posted 1/13/15
my dad.cancer,breathing faster and faster,and then slow,slower and at last stop.looking at my brother face when he goes.
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Posted 1/13/15
yeah... all of my victims.


In all seriousness, no. I have seen people ALMOST die though. I saw a big ass freight truck knock a biker down and he slid under the truck and managed to pass under it only breaking his arm in the process.
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2 people, a childhood friend when we where on are bikes (hit by drunk driver) and my grandfather.
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25 / M / California
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Having a career in the medical field, I've seen countless people die right in front of me.
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33 / M / Seattle
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Nope, never in my life have I witnessed somebody dying with my own eyes. So far, everybody who has died in my family died when I was quite far away from them, so I never had to witness it myself. Only three of my relatives died while I have been alive, with two of them being distant cousins that I didn't know that existed until I got the news and the other one being my great grandmother that happened while I was going to school across far away from home.
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16 / F / Connecticut
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I haven't. I really would like to try avoiding it, because even knowing that someone died who's important to someone I know messes me up. I'll probably have to eventually see it, but I'm going to avoid that situation for as long as possible.
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if i ever did i would most likely be thinking "wow thats guys dead.....oh well at least im not dead" then id probably go on with my dead happy as ever
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Yes.
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yes but I can't say it's affected me negatively. here's my experience anyway: I went to church on a crisp sunday morning and after service i was playing outside with my friend in the parking lot. about 25-50ft across from me was my family friend (she was like an older sister I never had) grabbing onto her grandma's hand. we waved bye and a few seconds later, she turned around and let go of her grandma's hand and made an unsuccessful attempt at crossing the two-way street. she didn't look at either side and got hit by a car. i remember walking up to the scene and seeing a lot of blood on the concrete pouring out from her lifeless body. it took a while before people started crowding. i was eventually taken away and cried in people's arms. the next week, I went back to the same place she lost her life and I saw that the blood from the accident stained the concrete. pretty vivid memory considering I was only 5-6 years old.

I hope this isn't too graphic for anyone
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My Grandpa from a severe stroke. We was at the hospital. My Grandma years later in a nursing home.
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Humans? Fortunately, no.
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Only once, my mother died over a year ago, she was suffering from pulmonary hypertension for several years. She passed away at home around 5 A.M. quite suddenly, but I still managed to catch her final moments. She collapsed into my fathers arms and I remember how her jaw sort just fell open and her eyes were closed.

She was a good mother and I loved her dearly, but I was surprised at how quickly I got over her death, I think it was a little over a week. It was a lot harder on the rest of my family, but you know as they say, life moves on and I found that to be very true.
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Posted 1/15/15
I don't know, I left the area pretty quick.
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I haven't seen the actual moment someone's died, but the closest I've got was a woman who committed suicide while my mum and I were driving down the motorway. She'd abandoned her car on the side of the road and was walking in the middle of the road on one of the white lines marking the lanes, but tiptoeing along it as though she was a tightrope walker trying not to lose her balance... we knew something was seriously wrong so we called the police and came off the motorway and looped back round to go back to her, but by the time we'd got there, she'd climbed up onto the nearby bridge and had jumped off. She was nothing but a horrific mess on the floor.
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Posted 1/15/15
I consider myself lucky to have never seen someone die
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