This report, based upon data in the Federal Office of Road Safety Fatality File database, analyses various aspects of medical outcomes resulting from fatal road crashes in Australia in 1988. In particular the report describes the nature of injuries suffered by those killed and quantifies the degree to which certain factors contribute to crash survival or, in the case of those killed, the timing of death. There is also a brief section examining crashes in which death resulted from low severity injuries.
Type: Research and Analysis Report
Sub Type: Consultant Report
Author(s): J T Wood, T J O'Neill and C F Donnelly
Topics: Bus coach, Fatigue, Heavy vehicle
Publication Date: 01/01/94