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Death car crash: in car footage released – YouTube

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Oct 12, 2015 · The families of two young men, killed instantly while speeding earlier this year, have released this dramatic footage of the pair’s final moments. Report by Grace Dean. Current affairs, amazing

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5 children killed in single-car crash in Maryland – CBS News

5 children killed in single-car crash in Maryland

1 day ago · Five children were killed when they were ejected from a minivan in a single-car crash early Saturday, Maryland authorities said. The troopers identified the dead children as 8-year-old London

Horrible Deaths: Car Crash Compilation # 3 2018 – YouTube

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Jan 18, 2013 · Horrible Deaths: Car Crash Compilation # 3 2018 A compilation of fails and driver stupidity that resulted in death. Other Tags: “Car Crash Compilation 2013” “Car Crash Compilation 2013 #2

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At least 3 killed, 5 seriously injured in pedestrian car crash

At least 3 killed, 5 seriously injured in pedestrian car crash in Honolulu

WATCH At least 3 killed, 5 seriously injured in pedestrian car crash in Honolulu. Three people died and five more were injured in a crash involving pedestrians Monday night in Honolulu.

Traffic collision – Wikipedia

A traffic collision, also called a motor vehicle collision (MVC) among other terms, occurs when a vehicle collides with another vehicle, pedestrian, animal, road debris, or other stationary obstruction, such as a tree, pole or building. Traffic collisions often result in injury, death, and property damage.

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5 children killed in Bowie crash – Baltimore Sun

2 days ago · Five children — all from the same extended family — died in a car crash early Saturday morning in Prince George’s County, according to Maryland State Police. Firefighters responded around 5

Fatality Facts – iihs.org

Nationwide, 54 percent of motor vehicle crash deaths in 2017 occurred in single-vehicle crashes. The District of Columbia had the highest percentage of deaths in single-vehicle crashes (77 percent), while Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota tied for the lowest (49 percent each).