This head-on collision was investigated by the chp. central division chp m.a.i.t. was requested to examine the failure of the driver's side restraint. upon examination sgt. esmay determined that the restraint was being worn due to the signs of loading on the webbing and loop guide. the webbing of the belt separated near the loop guide. the driver of this vehicle, douglas guy vetch, dob 10/06/68, was seriously injured. the fatal victim was in the other vehicle. the speed quoted(50mph)is a rough estimate based on the observed damage and apparent collision dynamics. ...
Our honda prelude was rear ended sending it into another car. the air bags did not inflate.*ak
While traveling 15-20 mph on a neighborhood street with windows up consumer and passenger began to smell something like gas. a few moments later, driver's side and passenger's side airbags deployed without prior warning from airbag light. consumer depressed brake pedal, causing a frontal collision with a parked car. driver received burns, and sprained wrist and neck. passenger sustained burns. consumer stated that airbags were replacememt equipment from a previous accident. dealer did not reinstall airbags. oliver's auto body of holyoke did. please provide further details. *ak
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