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Injuries to Pedestrians and Bicyclists: An Analysis Based on Hospital Emergency Department Data
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Topics: research, safety
Keywords: research, safety, bicycle injury, pedestrian injury, bicycle fall, pedestrian fall, non-roadway, non-motor vehicle, alcohol
TRT Terms: research, safety