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Twenty-one students and their three teachers of Government Day Junior Secondary School, Misau, Bauchi State, on Tuesday, were involved in an auto crash which claimed their lives.
Zurich, FM Global, Munich Re,Axa and others have followed suit, using virtual reality as a risk assessment tool, employee training device, advertising mechanism, auto crash simulator and more.
The IIHS conducts scientific studies on everything from headlights and auto crash safety to the impact of alcohol and drugs on drivers.
Bazata claimed that at the scene of the December 9, 1945, auto crash, just after impact, he shot a "low-velocity projectile into the back of Patton's neck in order to snap it.
The estate of a Eugene man killed in an auto crash last year has received a $750,000 settlement from the company whose employee struck him after failing to stop at an intersection.
And while it might be too optimistic to hope that this is the only auto crash these kids will ever have to walk away from, the fact is, Travelers probably helped prevent a few accidents from ever happening.
The goal is to reduce the likelihood of an injury or auto crash occurring as a result of not performing the job correctly.
Rhys' death follows closely national statistics in that teenagers are more likely to die in an auto crash than they are of the next three causes of death for that age group - disease, homicide and suicide - combined.
After losing much of his first manuscript, contained on the hard drive of a laptop, in a 2004 auto crash, he began rewriting Pirates from memory and added new research.
In spite of offering 15 standard safety features, including auto crash notification, the 5 Series didn't do so well in the crash tests, earning only 3/5 on front impact safety.
Relatively few experts have the expertise to cover these subjects in auto crash cases, and very few will testify on behalf of injured consumers.
Insurers can use forensic intelligence by comparing existing vehicle damage data with historical auto crash test outcomes to quickly identify the collisions and resulting soft tissue injury claims susceptible to fraud.