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Under the [[STATS20]] rules, it is possible for uninjured pedestrians to been seen to have contributed to the crash.  
Under the [[STATS20]] rules, it is possible for uninjured pedestrians to been seen to have contributed to the crash.  
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In the [[Casualties]] tab, therefore, there is the dimension "Crash Involved Contributing Uninjured Pedestrian" It produces a 'yes' or 'no' answer and is based on one or more of the following contributory factors having been attributed to an uninjured pedestrian:
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In the [[Casualties]] tab, therefore, there is the dimension "Crash Involved Contributing Uninjured Pedestrian" It produces a 'yes' or 'no' answer and is based on one or more of the following [[contributory factors]] having been attributed to an uninjured pedestrian:
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Poor or Defective Road Surface]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Deposit on road (eg. oil, mud, chippings)]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Slippery road (due to weather)]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Inadequate or masked signs or road markings]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Defective traffic signals]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Traffic calming (eg. speed cushions, road humps, chicanes))]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Temporary road layout (eg. contraflow]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Road layout (eg. bend, hill, narrow carriageway]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Animal or object in carriagway]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Road Environment Contributed|Slippery inspection cover or road marking]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Crossing road masked by stationary or parked vehicle]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Failed to look properly]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Failed to judge vehicle's path or speed]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Wrong use of pedestrian crossing facility]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Dangerous action in carriageway (eg. playing)]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Impaired by alcohol]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Impaired by drugs (illicit or medicinal)]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Careless, reckless or in a hurry]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Pedestrian wearing dark clothing at night]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Pedestrian only (Casualty or uninjured)|Disability or illness, mental or physical]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Special Codes|Stolen vehicle]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Special Codes|Vehicle in course of crime]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Special Codes|Emergency vehicle on a call]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Special Codes|Vehicle door opened or closed negligently]]
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*[[Contributory factors definitions#Special Codes|Other - please specify below]]

Revision as of 13:20, 8 October 2013

Under the STATS20 rules, it is possible for uninjured pedestrians to been seen to have contributed to the crash.

In the Casualties tab, therefore, there is the dimension "Crash Involved Contributing Uninjured Pedestrian" It produces a 'yes' or 'no' answer and is based on one or more of the following contributory factors having been attributed to an uninjured pedestrian:

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