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    A traffic collision, also called a motor vehicle collision, car accident, or car crash, occurs when a vehicle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, animal, road debris, or other stationary obstruction, such as a tree, pole or building. Traffic collisions often result in injury, disability, death, and property damage as well as financial ...

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  2. This makes motor vehicle collisions the leading cause of death among young adults of 15–29 years of age (360,000 die a year) and the ninth cause of death for all ages worldwide. In the United States, 40,100 people died and 2.8 million were injured in crashes in 2017, and around 2,000 children under 16 years old die every year.

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  4. A multiple vehicle collision (colloquially known as a pile-up, multi-car collision, multi-vehicle collision, or simply a multi) is a road traffic collision involving many vehicles. Generally occurring on high-capacity and high-speed routes such as freeways, they are one of the deadliest forms of traffic collisions.

  5. Collision with another vehicle. Tonya Crews: 1938 1966 28 years American model and Playboy Playmate: car Alan Crosland: 1894 1936 41 years American film director car Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California Bob Cryer: 1934 1994 59 years British Labour MP car Rover: M1 motorway near Watford, England, United Kingdom Car overturned on motorway.

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    I believe the section related to crash should be increased by those points: G-force should add some link to G-force as G-forcemight be involved in deceleration as explained in two sources: 1. 2. timing should add some word to document in which time frame this happen. I assume this might be quantified; for instance a 3,6 km/h speed should be close to 1 meter par second, and 36 km/h speed should be close to 1 meter per 100 milliseconds, even if I also assume that with other factors the exact timing might be more complex. At least, this source deals with tenth of a second. It also provide another source that I cannot access. According to Crash_test_dummy(but wikipedia is not an acceptable source) a typical crash last 100–150 millisecond. class of users I believe some words should be provided for each class of road users: 1. pedestrian, because eve...

  6. › wiki › CollisionCollision - Wikipedia

    Collision is short-duration interaction between two bodies or more than two bodies simultaneously causing change in motion of bodies involved due to internal forces acted between them during this. Collisions involve forces (there is a change in velocity). The magnitude of the velocity difference just before impact is called the closing speed.

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