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  1. #1
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    Default Process followed when FA owner temporarily incapacitated

    Apologies if this has been discussed before.

    Scenario example: you are badly injured in a car accident. Your FA is where it should be, but emergency services needs to cut your pants to get you out of the vehicle and then transport you to hospital. You are in no position to retain control over your FA.

    What is the correct process to be followed to secure the FA? And to return the FA to the owners safe if the owner needs to remain in hospital for an extended period.

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    Default Re: Process followed when FA owner temporarily incapacitated

    There was a thread, but I can't find it.

    As with many realistic scenarios, the FCA does not cover this. There is no "legal" process to follow.

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    Default Re: Process followed when FA owner temporarily incapacitated

    Paramedics will hand it over to SAPS who will store it at the local copshop
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