2.6 ROAD VEHICLE CRASH TYPES

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    Posted: Aug/24/2018 at 2:54pm – author:Kellee_TSASS
    2.6 Road Vehicle Crash Types 
     
    2.6.1 overturning crash:  An overturning crash is a road vehicle crash in which the first harmful event is the overturning of a road vehicle in-transport.
     
    2.6.2 collision crash:  A collision crash is a road vehicle crash other than an overturning crash in which the first harmful event is a collision of a road vehicle in-transport with another road vehicle, other property, or pedestrians. 
     
    2.6.3 noncollision crash: A noncollision crash is any road vehicle crash other than a collision crash. 
     
    Inclusions: 
     
    • Overturning crash (See 2.6.1)
     
    • Jackknife crash (See 2.6.4)
     
    • Accidental poisoning from carbon monoxide generated by a road vehicle in-transport
     
    • Breakage of any part of a road vehicle in-transport, resulting in injury or in further property damage
     
    • Explosion of any part of a road vehicle in-transport 
     
    • Fire starting in a road vehicle in-transport
     
    • Fall or jump from a road vehicle in-transport 
     
    • Occupant hit by an object in, or thrown against some part of a road vehicle in-transport 
     
    • Injury or damage from moving part of a road vehicle in-transport
     
    • Object falling from, or in, a road vehicle in-transport 
     
    • Object falling on a road vehicle in-transport 
     
    • Toxic or corrosive chemicals leaking out of a road vehicle in-transport 
     
    • Injury or damage only to the road vehicle that is of a noncollision nature, such as a bridge giving way under the weight of a road vehicle, striking holes or bumps on the surface of the trafficway, or driving into water, without overturning or collision
     
    2.6.4 jackknife crash: A jackknife crash is a noncollision crash in which the first harmful event results from unintended contact between any two units of a multi-unit road vehicle such as a truck combination. 
     
    2.6.5 collision involving pedestrian: A collision involving pedestrian is a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the collision of a pedestrian and a road vehicle in-transport. 
     
    2.6.6 collision involving motor vehicle in-transport: A collision involving motor vehicle in-transport is a crash that is both a motor vehicle crash and a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the collision of two or more motor vehicles in-transport. 
     
    2.6.7 collision involving other road vehicle in-transport:  A collision involving other road vehicle in-transport is a crash that is both an other-road-vehicle crash and a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the collision of two or more other road vehicles in-transport. 
     
    2.6.8 collision involving parked motor vehicle: A collision involving parked motor vehicle (See 2.2.34.2) is a crash in which the first harmful event is the striking of a motor vehicle not in-transport (See 2.2.34.1) by a road vehicle in-transport (See 2.2.34).
     
    2.6.9 collision involving railway vehicle: A collision involving railway vehicle is a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the collision of a road vehicle in-transport and a railway vehicle. 
     
    2.6.10 collision involving pedalcycle: A collision involving pedalcycle is a crash that is both a motor vehicle crash and a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the collision of a pedalcycle in-transport and a motor vehicle in-transport. 
     
    2.6.11 collision involving animal: A collision involving animal is a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the collision of an animal, other than an animal powering an other road vehicle, and a road vehicle in-transport. 
     
    2.6.12 collision involving fixed object: A collision involving fixed object is a collision crash in which the first harmful event is the striking of a fixed object by a road vehicle in-transport. Fixed objects include such objects as guardrails, bridge railings or abutments, construction barricades, impact attenuators, trees, embedded rocks, utility poles, ditches, steep earth or rock slopes, culverts, fences, and buildings. 
     
     
    2.6.13 collision involving other object: A collision involving other object is any collision crash other than a (1) collision involving pedestrian, (2) collision involving motor vehicle in-transport, (3) collision involving other road vehicle in-transport, (4) collision involving parked motor vehicle, (5) collision involving railway vehicle, (6) collision involving pedalcycle, (7) collision involving animal, or (8) collision involving fixed object. 
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