The accident occured the night of the Oak Hills High School homecoming dance, October 21, 1972. The location of the accident was the intersection of Taylor and Rybolt roads in Green Township, Cincinnati, OH. A car carrying six Oak Hills students was westbound on Taylor Rd. when a vehicle heading southbound on Rybolt Rd. at a high rate of speed became airborne cresting a hill on Rybolt and landed virtually on top of the student's car. Five of the six occupants were killed. Their names: Deborah Lyn Eckert, Cindy Jane Kreuzman, Kim Marie Wullenweber, Alan Surnbrock and Linda Diane May. It should be noted that the driver and passenger of the "airborne" vehicle both survived the accident. Both were determined to be legally intoxicated, having purchased alcoholic beverages using illicit identification. The outcome of this incident led indirectly to the initiation of the use of Photo Identification on all Ohio driver's licenses. A memorial fountain was erected the following year in a courtyard at Oak Hills High School dedicated to the memory of the five accident victims.
I hope you accidentally the whole thing and not just part of it.
Or, if you have accidently part of it, you must do a complex situation to either undo it, or you do a barrel roll. Then, from there you must eat many cheeseburgers.
It works! I accidently a Coke bottle once, and it was horrible, but when I learned the solution, I fixed it! :)
no its not real i searched all over the iternet and i found nothing
During spaceflight: As of March 2023, in flight accidents have killed 15 astronauts and 4 cosmonauts in five separate incidents. Three of the flights had flown above the Karman line (edge of space), and one was intended to do so.
Well first off, an industrial accident is just that, an accident. There is however quite a few more common reasons these accidents occur. These include failing to train new employees or warn employees of surrounding hazards, Bad equipment or non maintenance of equipment, failing to provide safety wear in hazardous situations/ work environment, violating safety regulations to finish a job cheaper and faster (most times encouraged by employers or person in charge), and last but not least, overall not following rules and regulations.
in the united states, about 1200 injury causing wrecks PER DAY due to an avoidable distraction. 20% of those wrecks are due to distraction by cell phone usage, which means 448,000 wrecks due to an avoidable distraction over the course of the year. 89,600 of those wrecks were due to a cell phone; 5,474 deaths last year (2009) due to an avoidable distraction and 995 of those deaths were due to cell phones. These numbers keep rising each year. So this answer will need to be updated continuously.
Even one is too many ! If you're driving a car you have no business using a mobile phone !! There should be a GLOBAL BAN on using a mobile while driving. You either drive the car or use the phone - not both !
There should be much stiffer penalties for anyone causing an accident while texting. Here in the UK - offences range from 'driving without due care and attention' to 'causing death by dangerous driving'. Pesonally I'd like to see anyone killing a person because they were texting while driving, charged with at least manslaughter !
Texting while driving appears to be at least as dangerous as driving while highly intoxicated.
No his father died of pneumonia and his mother died of natural causes.
it is the same thing.
Because it reduces the amount of available time needed to avoid a crash, increases the likelihood of crashing and increases the severity of a crash once it occurs
Though I can find no studies to back this up I was raised with the impression that opening weekends were always the most dangerous. The logic behind the statement was that alot of people new to hunting were always out early in the season and even experienced hunters were more excited and less vigil early on.
In theory, a spoiler adds drag which would in fact slow down an object in motion. However, most popular vehicles with spoilers will never travel fast enough that the driver would really notice.
On high-performace vehicles, spoilers are designed specifically to provide downforce, holding the tires firmly to the ground and compressing the suspension at high speed to increase traction and thus improve performance in these cars at high speed.
Sonny Bono (from Sonny & Cher) died in a skiing accident.
I'll interpret "accidents" as those resulting in a fatality, and restrict my answer to the USA. In the United States we can go for multiple years without a single tandem fatality. That said a couple of years ago we had two students fall out of the harness. As a result, harness design were modified, and older design harnesses taken out of service, also efforts were made to reassure that instructors were properly adjusting the student harnesses. In the last ten years or so there have also been a couple of double tandem fatalities (both instructor and student).
What is the musher required to do in the event that an edible big game animal i.e. moose buffalo caribou is killed in defense of life or property according to the official rules iditarod?
Only a tiny percentage of the total number of teenagers are killed in motor accidents. Accurate statistics are not supplied by many countries so a precise numbers cannot be quoted
Over a quarter of a million jumps were made in the UK last year and there was not a single fatality.
However, this gives the figures (worldwide) for 2010.
Hey this is Mariela and just to let you know, about 3,490 drivers aged around 15-20 have died in car crashes in 2006.That's ALOT.
Head on collisions
Advantages, more aircraft can be moved around the airport quickly
disadvantages , can be confusing navigating at times especially for new to airport pilots