Killer crashes: fatal road traffic accidents in the UK.

@article{Clarke2010KillerCF,
  title={Killer crashes: fatal road traffic accidents in the UK.},
  author={David D. Clarke and Patrick Ward and Craig Bartle and Wendy Truman},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={
          764-70
        }
}
Road traffic accidents are responsible for over 3000 deaths per year in the UK, according to Department for Transport (2004a) figures. Although progress is being made in a number of areas, vehicle occupant fatalities have not been falling in line with casualty reduction targets for the year 2010. A sample of 1185 fatal vehicle occupant cases was considered, from ten UK police forces, from the years 1994-2005 inclusive. The main findings were: (1) over 65% of the accidents examined involved… CONTINUE READING
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