Research Article| Volume 18, ISSUE 1, P1-4, January 1987

The unrestrained coach passenger—an injury complex

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      Details are given of the injuries sustained by 16 occupants of a coach that overturned. An injury of the forequarter common to 10 patients is described. An explanation for this injury complex is proposed and its prevention is discussed.
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