A helmet-and-helm collision is considered a hit if both players are hit in the head, chest, shoulders, shoulders and/or chest.
A helmet can be knocked out of the player’s hands, but it cannot be hit in any other way.
However, this is not always the case.
A hit to the head can still occur, and is sometimes considered a headshot.
A headshot is a hit to someone’s head that does not kill them.
If the headshot does not result in death, but the hit does, then the player will be taken to the hospital.
A player who has been hit in this way is considered dead.
Headshots are not uncommon, but they are rare and usually occur when a player is already unconscious.
Headshot hits are usually seen on players who are unconscious, but occasionally a player will die after a head shot.
In this article, we will discuss some of the ways a head hit can be treated.
Head shots that are not fatal include: A hit that does nothing more than knock out a player’s helmet or head.
This hit is not considered a helmet hit.
A knock out shot, such as hitting a player in the face, neck or back.
This can be a knockout hit if the hit knocks out the player and the player does not have enough time to react before the helmet hits.
A concussion shot, a hit that knocks out a person’s head or brain.
This shot is not a head wound, but rather a concussion.
A shoulder hit, where a player gets knocked to the ground, and a helmet is knocked out and knocked off of the helmet.
A shot that knocks a player off their feet and onto the ground.
This type of hit is called a tumbling hit, and it usually occurs after a helmet has hit a player.
A “slash” hit, a head-to head hit that takes a player down.
A person may be knocked to their knees and kicked to the floor, or knocked down, but this type of play is not typically fatal.
The most common cause of a head injury after a hit is a concussion, which is a brain injury that results from a blow to the brain.
In a concussion hit, the player may have a concussion for several hours after the hit.
It can take up to six weeks for the brain to heal and heal normally.
A blow to a person with a concussion will likely result in permanent brain damage.
The best way to treat a head trauma is to stay out of danger until the brain heals.
If you are in an emergency situation, you can call 911 or your local emergency number to report the injury.
This article originally appeared on News24.