Man Passes Out, Crashes While Driving and Wearing Anti-Virus Mask

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Lincoln Park, New Jersey: Police think a man who crashed his car last week while wearing an N95 mask passed out “due to insufficient oxygen intake/excessive carbon dioxide intake.” The police changed their original post on Facebook after the story went viral.

Recently, Harris County, Texas made face masks mandatory for people in public. In response, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry released a statement saying, “I will not be mandating it because I believe it is unconstitutional to do so.” -GEG

New Jersey man who was wearing an N95 mask in his car for hours passed out and crashed his vehicle
Lincoln Park, NJ – Police think a man passed out while driving because he was wearing an N95 mask and crashed his car on Thursday.

The Lincoln Park Police Department posted on Facebook that the accident may have been caused by the driver wearing the N95 mask for several hours. The police stated that the man may have passed out “due to insufficient oxygen intake/excessive carbon dioxide intake.”

Police said there was nothing uncovered at the scene that led police to believe that the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, according to the Facebook post.

The driver was not severely injured, according to the New York Post. He was taken to a hospital.

Police said that wearing the N95 mask while driving with no other people in the vehicle is not necessary.

It’s possible that there was another medical reason that could have contributed to the driver passing out, police said.

But the Lincoln Park Police Department didn’t want to suggest that wearing an N95 mask is unsafe, according to the department’s Facebook post.

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From NewsWars:

A Texas judge has publicly announced his county will not be mandating its citizens to wear face coverings when in public, calling such decrees “unconstitutional.”

Galveston County Judge Mark Henry released a statement on Wednesday clarifying his stance on the issue after neighboring Harris County made face masks mandatory hours earlier.

“Galveston County will not be issuing any orders mandating citizens to wear masks or face coverings in public,” Judge Henry declared. “America was built upon the fabric of individual liberty and freedom. It’s important now more than ever that we stress personal responsibility.”

Continuing, the judge explained, “Covering your face while in public is being recommended by national and local health authorities. While we encourage that you consider these recommendations for your own safety and the safety of others around you, I will not be mandating it because I believe it is unconstitutional to do so.”

“Just as critical as getting our economy back up and running, it is important that elected officials uphold their oaths to defend the Constitution and ensure individual freedoms remain intact during and after this pandemic,” he stressed. “I look forward to Gov. Abbott’s directives and orders in the days and weeks ahead to get our state and county back open while focusing on public health and our economy.”

Texas Judge: Mandatory Face Masks Laws Unconstitutional

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Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
7 months ago

I sent for a couple of the masks you feature above because the N95 mask I have doesn’t allow enough oxygen through, and after about 10 minutes I am gasping for air. I only wear a mask to comply with the CA rules, so protecting myself from the virus isn’t the goal.