MDs call for new safety features after death in school bus crash

Sibbald, Barbara
October 2003
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/28/2003, Vol. 169 Issue 9, p951
Academic Journal
Reports on the recommendation of physicians from the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario for school buses to be better padded to protect children during rollover-type crashes. Death of a child following a collision between an Ottawa-area school bus and a pickup truck; Most common areas of injury that may result from such accidents; Safety features needed in school buses such as seat belts.


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