Re: Are the questions given appropriate to the statement? (2)
The problem as I see it is that you are obliged to ask not very natural questions in order to elicit too much factual information at one time. Is it really necessary to get all that information in one go? If so, then try: 'What happened after X (the previous occcurrence)?'
If you can't specify X, because that's the answer to the previous question, then consider elicting less information.'How did he hurt himself?' is a natural question, though 'He ran into a tree' and 'He nearly broke his arm' are both perfectly acceptable answers to that.
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