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having more than the average number of accidents

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Asian Tribune visited the area and found the location of the bar dangerous and accident prone.
"Aside from doing normal traffic management and direction, the presence of the traffic enforcers in accident prone areas will also be helpful in rendering immediate assistance to motorists who need help," Tinio said.
"Fixed and mobile speeding cameras will be used, particularly at the accident prone areas from where the maximum number of run-over accidents have been reported."
Of the total accident prone hotspots identified near flyovers, about 27 per cent are on the Ring Road, 17 per cent on GTK Road, 13 on Outer Ring Road and 6 per cent on Mathura Road.
ACCIDENT prone Ross Fisher fought off a freak foot injury to keep alive his hopes of ending a three-year winless streak at the Wales Open.
The latter ran from 1972 to 1985 and in its heyday left millions of British fans hooked on the antics of Grace Bros's accident prone staff.
At the other end of the scale, Roberts, followed by Hall and Davies take the accolades for being least accident prone.
Poor posture and handling skills are the main cause of injuries, with people in trheir 20s being just as accident prone to those over 50.
BASED on the madcap Sixties television series, this is a comic caper about an accident prone yet sensitive secret agent.
Accident prone mum Allison Caswell is the absolute tops, according to her family.
Thorburn lays out all of the "early warning signs" of alcoholism including lying or twisted logic, belittling others, being unusually accident prone, assigning inappropriate blame to others, and encountering recurrent financial difficulties.
The significant finding of the study was the surprising revelation that higher injury rates to alcoholics continued for the following two years of detoxification; alcoholics continued to be more accident prone than drug users even after they quit drinking.
I'm not particularly accident prone, it was just a fact of life that if you played a lot of sport at school, you ran the risk of injury
Paul Baxter, head of insurance at Tesco Personal Finance, said, ``Everyone has their favourite breed of dog but our statistics do suggest that certain breeds are more accident prone than others.
Researchers who study ancient animals are beginning to view old bones in a new light, looking for abnormalities tha might indicate, for instance, that dinosaurs wee accident prone or extinct sea turtles developed the bends.
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