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kaitlan
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Posted: Sep/24/2018 at 5:49pm – author:jvecchi
In discussing the addition of the term “contact” to 2.4.12 motor vehicle crash and to 2.4.14 other road vehicle crash, the following are some examples of the issue/clarification:

Example 1: driver and bicyclist enter an intersection. The driver brakes, avoiding the bicyclist and the bicyclist swerves, strikes the curb, and falls to the ground, sustaining an injury. 
In this situation, there is one contact vehicle, the bicycle, and one non-contact vehicle, the motor vehicle, involved in a 2.4.9 transport crash, a 2.4.17 road vehicle crash, a 2.4.14 other road vehicle crash, a 2.4.16, pedalcycle crash and a 2.4.24 other road vehicle crash.
 
Example 2:  Driver and bicyclist enter an intersection. The driver swerves and strikes the curb causing damage and the bicyclist avoids collision. 
In this situation, there is one contact vehicle, the motor vehicle and one non-contact vehicle, the bicycle, involved in a 2.4.9 transport crash, 2.4.17 road vehicle crash, 2.4.12 motor vehicle crash anda 2.4.22 motor vehicle traffic crash.
 
Example 3: driver and bicyclist enter an intersection. At the last moment, the driver brakes and the bicyclist swerves, but they still collide and the bicycle is damaged. 
In this example, there are two contact vehicles, a motor vehicle and a bicycle, involved in a 2.4.9 transport crash, a 2.4.17 road vehicle crash, 2.4.12 motor vehicle crash, and a 2.4.22 motor vehicle traffic crash. 

 
Joan vecchi,
Project Manager

 

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