Deer–vehicle collisions
A deer-vehicle collision occurs when one or more deer and a human-operated vehicle collide on a roadway. It can result in deer fatality, property damage, and human injury and/or death.In 2000, of the ...
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Multiple-vehicle collision
A multi-vehicle collision (colloquially known as a pile-up or chain-reaction crash) is a road traffic accident involving many vehicles. Generally occurring on high-capacity and high-speed routes such ...
Back-up collision
Back-up collisions happen when a driver reverses the car into an object, person, or other car. Although most cars come equipped with rear view mirrors which are adequate for detecting vehicles behind ...
Side collision
Side collisions are vehicle crashes where the side of one or more vehicles is impacted. These crashes often occur at intersections, in parking lots, when two vehicles pass on a multi-lane roadway.
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Road collision types
Road traffic collisions generally fall into one of four common types:Although other types of collision do occur. Rollovers are not very common, but lead to greater rates of severe injury and death. So...
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Rear-end collision
A rear-end collision (often called simply rear-end or in the UK a shunt) is a traffic accident wherein a vehicle (usually an automobile or a truck) crashes into the vehicle in front of it. Common fact...
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Run-off-road collision
A run-off-road collision is a type of single-vehicle collision that occurs when a vehicle leaves the roadway. Contributing factors often include loss of control or mis-judging a curve, or attempting ...
List of road accidents
List of road accidents records serious road accidents: those that have a large death toll, occurred in unusual circumstances, or have some other historical significance. For crashes that killed famous...
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Single-vehicle accident
A single vehicle collision or single-vehicle accident is, as the name implies, a type of road traffic collision in which only one vehicle is involved. Included in this category are run-off-road collis...
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Head-on collision
A head-on collision is a traffic collision where the front ends of two vehicles such as cars, trains, ships or planes hit each other in opposite directions, as opposed to a side collision or rear-end ...
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