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Fatal crash types : Analysis of 1988 Fatality File Attewell, RG ; Dowse, MJ

By: Attewell, RGContributor(s): Dowse, MJPublication details: Canberra Australian Department of Transport and, 1992; Communications. Federal Office of Road Safety, ; CR 105, Description: 149 sSubject(s): Accident | Fatality | Characteristics | Pedestrian | Bicycle | Motorcycle | Bus | Articulated vehicle | Truck | | Australia | Multiple collision | Child | Statistics | Time | Man | Woman | Human body | Highway | Weekday | Speed | 811Bibl.nr: VTI P0643:105 VTI 2002.0734:2Location: Abstract: Australian data from 1988 in the FORS Fatality File. This report describes different types of fatal road crashes based on Fatal pedestrian, bicycle, motorcycle, bus and articulated truck crashes, single and multiple vehicle crashes involving passenger vehicles and/or rigid trucks in rural high and urban low speed zones, and crashes involving children are characterised in terms of frequency, timing, location, prevailing road and driving conditions, vehicle movements, fault, contributory factors (such as alcohol and speed), persons involved and medical details of the fatalities and injuries. Report CR l04 is a summary report of this report.
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Australian data from 1988 in the FORS Fatality File. This report describes different types of fatal road crashes based on Fatal pedestrian, bicycle, motorcycle, bus and articulated truck crashes, single and multiple vehicle crashes involving passenger vehicles and/or rigid trucks in rural high and urban low speed zones, and crashes involving children are characterised in terms of frequency, timing, location, prevailing road and driving conditions, vehicle movements, fault, contributory factors (such as alcohol and speed), persons involved and medical details of the fatalities and injuries. Report CR l04 is a summary report of this report.

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