While this summer may be a little different, one thing remains the same: Calgarians are still crashing e-scooters. \nPaul Fox is speaking out after a Calgary e-scooter crash that left his girlfriend with a broken jaw. Oddly enough, he told CBC News that the surgeon told him that his girlfriend's injury wasn't at all unique. \n\n\nEditor's Choice: Health Canada Has Recalled Even More Hand Sanitizers Because They're Unsafe\n\n\n\n“\nIt's been the same mechanics of the injury. All jaw injuries … within the last week.\n\nPaul Fox\n\nApparently the surgeon had seen six very similar jaw injuries from e-scooters in just a couple of days. \nLast year — the first year that e-scooters were introduced to the City of Calgary — brought an endless stream of injuries, as well. \nApparently the main factor in e-scooter-related injuries is speed, so be careful out there, folks. \nVia CBC News\n\nThis article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.