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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A Fort St. John man has shared his story after leaving the Fort St. John Hospital with an open wound in his head.

According to a story from CTV News Vancouver, Darcy Bailey was cleaning his workshop when a 35-pound piece of a motorcycle engine fell on his head.  The piece of steel left a two-inch gash in his head.

After making his way to the Fort St. John Hospital, he waited more than eight hours before he gave up and left the hospital.

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Click here for the rest of his story from CTV News in Vancouver.

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