The Courier Mail: Tuesday, November 21, 2000. “Bruce Highway crash kills two”: toll to yesterday: 281. Last year: 284. Look in any newspaper and there will usually be some reminder of the significant quantity of personal damage associated with road transport. There has long been a tacit acceptance of the need to understand collisions in the road transport system, both as a means of facilitating the development of countermeasures and, from a legal perspective, the appointment of culpability.
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