Official websites use. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites. From the , large truck crashes that occurred between April and December , a nationally representative sample was selected. Each crash in the LTCCS sample involved at least one large truck and resulted in a fatality or injury.
Dive Accident Case Studies: Rapid Ascents
Accident Case Study: In Too Deep - ASI Video Gallery
How do you investigate and analyze a scene that has been buried and landscaped over for two years? In this instance, there was an accident on a construction site where the landscape subsequently grew, changed, and was reshaped after the fact. An excavation was dug by a subcontractor to connect the water supply for a new facility to the city water lines. At the end of the day, the area was taped off to prevent unintentional access.
Case Study – Pedestrian Fall at a Construction Site
Lost Weight Belt Causes Runaway Ascent During the end of a dive, a diver unexpectedly lost her weight belt and began a rapid ascent to the surface from 20ft 6m. The buddy team aborted their dive and swam to shore. Luckily, neither the diver nor her buddy reported any injuries. A lost weight belt need not cause a rapid uncontrolled ascent. It may also increase the tension on the buckle, making it more likely to open unexpectedly.