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Classifying urban crashes for countermeasure development
Preusser, D.F.; Weinstein, H.B.; Retting, R.A.; Williams, A.F.
Medical conditions, risk exposure, and truck drivers' accidents: an analysis with count data regression models
Dionne, G.; desjardins, D.; Laberge-Nadeau, C.; Maag, U.
Methods used in studies of drink-drive control efforts: a meta-analysis of the literature from 1960 to 1991
Wagenaar, A.C.; Zobeck, T.S.; Williams, G.D.; Hingson, R.
Child pedestrian injury taxonomy based on visibility and action
Schofer, J.L.; Christoffel, K.K.; Donovan, M.; Lavigne, J.V.; Tanz, R.R.; Wills, K.E.
Alcohol, drugs, and impairment in fatal traffic accidents in British Columbia
Mercer, G.W.; Jeffery, W.K.
Road traffic offending and the introduction of speed cameras in England: the first self-report survey
Prediction of police officers' traffic accident involvement using behavioral observations
Gully, S.M.; Whitney, D.J.; vanosdall, F.E.
Relationship of helmet use and head injuries among motorcycle crash victims in El Paso County, Colorado, 1989-1990
Gabella, B.; Reiner, K.L.; Hoffman, R.E.; Cook, M.; Stallones, L.
Effect of roadway geometrics and environmental factors on rural freeway accident frequencies
Shankar, V.; Mannering, F.; Barfield, W.
Characteristics of older road users and their effect on road safety
Mori, Y.; Mizohata, M.
What is happening to the number of fatalities in road accidents? A model for forecasts and continuous monitoring of development up to the year 2000
Risk factors and mechanisms of occurrence in motor vehicle-related spinal cord injuries: Utah
Thurman, D.J.; Burnett, C.L.; Beaudoin, D.E.; Jeppson, L.; Sniezek, J.E.
Age, sex, and blood alcohol concentration of killed and injured pedestrians
Are unintended hospital injury events avoidable?
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