This morning I 2 of my friends from out of town met at my house and we headed to a farm 20 minutes from my house. We unloaded our atv.s and proceeded up the hill to our set-ups. Greg had just purchased a used Yamaha 250, I was on my Polaris, and Mike had his Honda. I went first and proceeded to my blind with no problems. Greg was going to stop and assist me with unloading my wheelchair before going on up the ridge where he was going to park his atv next to a dozer that has been left sitting on top of the ridge when they got through clearing 2 acres of undergrowth. I had just got parked and was getting my wheelchair off the back rack when my cell phone started vibrating. It was Greg who advised me he had flipped his atv and was hurt. I loaded my wheelchair back up and went down to find him was sitting on his with his leg raised up. He warned me the cut was bad and pulled up his leg. When I saw the damage, I immediately rode down the ridge and found Mike, who came and got Greg's leg bandaged up and we made it back to the trucks. We told Mike to go ahead and hunt while I took Greg to the local hospital for treatment. Fortunately no ligaments or tendons were torn. We're thinking the foot peg caused the gash. A surgeon was called and Greg was taken to the OR, where the wound was irrigated well, and 3 levels of stitches were needs; deep, intermediate, and surface. Guys, be careful out there. We're just thankful Greg wasn't hunting alone. Oh, and Mike texted us a picture an hour and half later of a button buck he killed...out of my blind! Congrats Mike!!!!