Did you by any chance mean crashed?
“Experts say broader vehicles, designed to accommodate extra safety features and enhance comfort are a “major contributory factor” in crashes on minor rural roads where one in 40 accidents occur.”
“In 2009, nearly 5,500 people died and nearly 500,000 were injured in crashes involving distracted drivers, according to NHTSA data.”
“In 2008, 31 percent of fatal crashes involved a driver under the influence of alcohol and 50 percent of occupants killed in crashes were unbelted, according to NHTSA data.”
“In 2008, 28 percent of 16-20 year-old drivers fatally injured in crashes had blood-alcohol content over the legal limit.”
“A new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) claims that while most states have texting bans, there have been no reductions in crashes after the laws took effect and instead the results show a slight increase in crashes, especially for young drivers.”
“Young, novice drivers are more likely to die in crashes due to their inexperience and immaturity behind the wheel.”
“Washington saw a 1 percent increase in crashes after the ban, Minnesota 9 percent and California 12 percent.”
“One reason that IIHS claims could be the reason for an increase in crashes after the bans are that drivers moved their phones out of sight and on their lap to hide their illegal behavior, which might have kept their eyes off the road for longer and exacerbated the risk.”
“When your ripped CD collection crashes, is stolen, or what have you, hopefully you have a backup stored elsewhere … ronton replied to comment from gmcmullen”
“Get used to decayed infrastructure (how many train crashes recently?)”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘crashes’.
*sigh* I wish I had lived in the barnstorming era. In my flying days, I loved nothing more than flipping around in the air and landing in fields or on dirt runways. (^-^)
Looking for tweets for crashes.