scene of accident, place of accident, accident site
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The school is near the very busy A511 road, which has been the scene of accidents some involving pupils.
In a study, men and women viewed scenes of accidents and their victims.
They don't take recordings of dying girls at the scenes of accidents!"
Certain large gatherings such as concerts or scenes of accidents also may pose a threat to foreigners.
"I've heard of cases where police steal from the scenes of accidents or homicides," Laurie said.
It was designed to keep tow trucks from racing to the scene of accidents and causing more accidents.
Ambulances rushing to the scenes of accidents.
The State Senate passed a bill yesterday that would toughen the penalties for drivers who leave the scenes of accidents.
The area is notoriously treacherous, with shoals and shifting sand bars and has been the scene of accidents for more than a century.
Goran Granić was a target of media outburst when he drove over a 12-year-old girl and fled the scene of accident.
Driving four-wheel-drive trucks emblazoned with decals, they monitor sheriffs' radio frequencies and offer help at the scenes of accidents.
The camera also proved useful in recording crime scenes and the scenes of accidents, such as the Wootton bridge collapse in 1861.
Later, he was stopped by military police, who charged him with drunken driving, aggravated assault, drunken and disorderly conduct and leaving the scene of accident.
Raindrops smacked against glass and drummed the roof, and dispatchers were busy dispatching cars to the scenes of accidents.
Keep it in the kitchen (the most likely scene of accidents) and, if you live in a two-storey or more dwelling, keep one on each floor as well.
These services not only transported patients, but had limited means of treating them on-scene, as well as being able to arrive at the scene of accidents more quickly.
Real Life Rescues (1994, certificate PG) - selection of real-life emergencies and emergency services attending scenes of accidents.
'The long-nosed rubbernecks - noted for their habit of gathering in large numbers at scenes of accidents, making loud honking noises and getting in everybody's way.
The center is a resource to hazardous response teams and the county's emergency medical services, bringing expertise to the scene of accidents or injury, providing early treatment and reducing casualties.
With his partner, Dr. Leon D. Star, Dr. Abelson also developed a mobile emergency hospital to go to the scene of accidents.
Tow-truck drivers would be prohibited from appearing at accident sites unless summoned by a motorist or the police, and generally forbidden to solicit business at scenes of accidents.
There is some common ground between forensic science and forensic engineering, such as scene of crime and scene of accident analysis, integrity of the evidence and court appearances.
The second bill : An Act to amend the Criminal Code (failure to stop at scene of accident) was introduced in the 38th Parliament but was not adopted.
Roger had gone with the Reverend to more than one deathbed or scene of accident, helped comfort the bereaved, stood by as the spirit fled and the old man said the words of grace.
Similarly, at the scene of accidents, the emergency nature of the experience may excite people into dramatizations, and if a person is "unconscious" because of the accident, an engram is received.