When I got up, I played it cool and laughed a bit, then said to myself out loud its the first crash of 2019... just in case anyone saw me. I knew the old guy in the walker probably saw me. I didnt really look around because I was more concerned about my health. But I got up pretty quickly on purpose to get going again, in case anyone saw me and wanted to come to help.
I had an incident last year where I was doing donuts on a baseball diamond, knowingly making large ruts. It was right beside an old age home, or a 55+/60+ condo. I crashed hard as my rear wheel collapsed, that one hurt quite a bit and I got up slowly, thinking no one saw me. However this one old lady saw me, and came out and was willing to drive me home. I declined the offer and called someone for a ride. That same year, not even 100ft away from the most recent crash, it was winter time. Townhome city housing for poor people shovelled but left a big mound on their enter/exit-way. It was dark out so I did not see the mount of black hard packed snow, and I went a flying on that occasion too.