Large-Truck Involved Crashes: An Exploratory Injury Severity Analysis

@inproceedings{Islam2012LargeTruckIC,
  title={Large-Truck Involved Crashes: An Exploratory Injury Severity Analysis},
  author={Mouyid Islam and Salvador Hern{\'a}ndez},
  year={2012}
}
In recent years, a growing concern related to large-truck accidents has increased due to potential economic impacts and level of injury severity that can be sustained. Yet, studies related to large-truck involved crashes are scarce and lack human behavior factors that can greatly influence crash outcomes. In this study, the authors present an analysis of data from the fusion of several national data sets addressing large-truck involved injury severity. This is done by considering human, road… 

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