Comparison of Crashes Involving Ambulances with Those of Similar-Sized Vehicles

@article{Ray2005ComparisonOC,
  title={Comparison of Crashes Involving Ambulances with Those of Similar-Sized Vehicles},
  author={Adam F Ray and D. Kupas},
  journal={Prehospital Emergency Care},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={412 - 415}
}
Objective. To describe the characteristics andassociated occupant injuries of motor vehicle collisions (MVCs) involving ambulances as compared with MVCs involving similar-sized vehicles. Methods. Motor vehicle crash data in Pennsylvania from 1997–2001 were analyzed to compare the characteristics of crashes involving ambulances with those involving vehicles of a similar size. Crash demographics (e.g., location of crash, roadway conditions, intersection type) andassociated injuries were examined… Expand
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