Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Show-Me Deadly Missouri Driving Weekend

Fox4 reports tragic Missouri traffic stats over the holiday weekend: Eight die over Memorial Day weekend in traffic-related accidents

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The answer my friends:

We must ban all motor vehicles!

Until that time, the federal government should buy up all the available motor fuel as a means to stealthily restrict the use of vehicles.

(sponsored by the National Democratic Party)

Darwin Smiles When You Die Because You Are Stupid said...

Wear your fucking seatbelt or you get a Darwin award and the Dirtnap.

What a bunch of DUMB FUCKS.

Read the MSHP crash log on occasion. Filter the reports to show only fatal crashes. See how many of the dead were not wearing a seatbelt...

DUH!

Anonymous said...

And 1:54 see how many a seatbelt didn't matter asshole.

Anonymous said...

Eight dead? Fuck!~ We should have another 385 checkpoints, stop 10 million cars and male 16 DUI arrests.

Anonymous said...

2:30 has brain damage from hitting the dash with their head.

Anonymous said...

◾In 2008, 64% of the passenger vehicle occupants ages 13 to 15 and 21 to 34 killed in traffic crashes were not using restraints. These age groups had the highest percentage out of all age groups.


◾Research has shown that lap/shoulder seat belts, when used, reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passenger car occupants by 45% and the risk of moderate-to-critical injury by 50%.


◾Ejection from the vehicle is one of the most injurious events that can happen to a person in a crash. In fatal crashes in 2008, 77% of passenger vehicle occupants who were totally ejected from the vehicle were killed.


◾Among passenger vehicle occupants over age 4, seat belts saved an estimated 13,250 lives in 2008. If all passenger vehicle occupants over age 4 had worn seat belts, 17,402 could have been saved.

Anonymous said...

•Most drivers and passengers killed in crashes are unrestrained. 53% of all ages of drivers and passengers killed in car crashes in 2009 were not wearing restraints.

•Seat belts dramatically reduce risk of death and serious injury. Among drivers and front-seat passengers, seat belts reduce the risk of death by 45%, and cut the risk of serious injury by 50%.

•Seat belts prevent drivers and passengers from being ejected during a crash. People not wearing a seat belt are 30 times more likely to be ejected from a vehicle during a crash. More than 3 out of 4 people who are ejected during a fatal crash die from their injuries.

Anonymous said...

Yes and a seatbelt was what killed my wife in a car wreck. Where are you figures for that at? Her shoulder belt choked her to death. If she hadn't been wearing it even the coroner said she would have lived.

Ronald McBurgerking said...

4:37 - You don't EAT the seatbelt, you wear it. If she was that hungry she could have just hit McD's for a burger, although you could choke on that shit too.

Anonymous said...

Talk about a high fiber diet!

Wendy Fuddrucker and Carl Jr. Hardee said...

We prefer Red Robin, although they don't have a drive-thru.