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Passenger casualties in non-collision incidents on buses and coaches in Great Britain

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posted on 21.03.2006, 11:10 by Alan KirkAlan Kirk, Rachel Grant, Richard Bird
Of all the killed or seriously injured (KSI) passengers on buses or coaches in Great Britain, a surprisingly high proportion, 64.3%, are injured in non-collision incidents. A KSI casualty distribution of this sub-sample identifies that 74.2% of the casualties are female and a large proportion, 58.0%, are elderly casualties 60 years of age or over.

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KIRK, A., GRANT, R. and BIRD, R., 2003. Passenger casualties in non-collision incidents on buses and coaches in Great Britain. IN: Proceedings of the 18th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles, 19-22 May, Nagoya.

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2003

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