The other thread got me thinking about this. Luckily (hopefully) our emergencies are few and far between but when we have them, they can be doozies! Share them here!I mentioned on the other thread the first time I had a kid with a broken arm. He came in from PE with an extra bend. Broke both his Radius and ulna running into the wall with an outstretched arm. I had a staff member slip on ice in the parking lot and he ankle was twisted in an unnatural way. Thank goodness for cell phones or who knows how long she would have been laying in the snow since she had run out on her break to get a coffee. I have given an epi pen once. A student with severe allergies came in from the bus where another student had been eating candy with peanuts in it (day after Halloween). Student's O2 sat was in the 70s and she was wheezing. The principal had mom on her cell phone and the AP was calling 911 while I administered the epi and got another epi ready in case it was needed before EMS arrived. Scary.