Perhaps the most famous crash
test dummy in the world is Buster of the Mythbusters TV show: http://dsc.
Overall, seniors are among some of the safest drivers on the road, until they get up in the 80s, when their crash
and injury rate approximates teenagers,'' said Carol Thorp, spokeswoman for the Automobile Club of Southern California.
We have found that some race cars experience 140 Gs during a crash
," says Melvin.
sensors attached on both sides of the front fork detect changes in acceleration caused by frontal impacts.
In Cannes, many of those who walked into Crash
cold felt they had been blind-sided.
In the aftermath of the Crash
, there were reports of distraught investors committing suicide.
On 12 March three crew members of a Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light 46 SH-60B Seahawk were killed following a crash
during operations from Hayler (DD 997) in the Mediterranean Sea.
The financial crash
of August 1998 delivered the shock that the Russian elite needed, but the reformers had failed to impose.
Therefore, police administrators should integrate response procedures into their departments' crash
management programs that provide aid to victims, protect the crash
site, and afford mental health services for people involved.
Ballard hastens to add that Crash
is "a cautionary tale," a deadpan exploration of extreme atrocity in the mode of Swift's "A Modest Proposal.
It is our desire to reduce the number of crashes
this holiday season by educating all drivers about specific behaviors that increase their crash
National Transportation Safety Board investigators say they will not hold a public hearing on the crash
of Comair Flight 5191, which crashed
in Kentucky in August.
MOJAVE -- Bones of two World War II airmen who died in a 1944 bomber crash
will be flown to Hawaii for identification after 62 years lying forgotten in the Mojave Desert.
You'd think using a hands-free phone would be less distracting, so it wouldn't increase crash
risk as much as using a handheld phone," Anne McCartt, IIHS vice president and one of the authors of the study, said in a statement.
Too often today, restraint engineers say, the computers that control air bag firing misjudge the severity of a crash