Motor vehicle collisions can include motorcycles, ATV’s, trucks, cars, tractors, snowmobiles, airplanes,jet skis, and any other type vehicle that has a motor and can be driven on road, off road, air, sea, or land.
The word collision also has many definitions such as head-on collision, T-bone collision, rear impact collision, organ collision, rollover collision, rotational collision, body collision, secondary collision, and machine collision are just some of the names used by first responders, police, firefighters, state troopers, EMT s, paramedics, hospital staff, and other people who holds a job in a health care occupation.
When a vehicle is traveling in a forward motion at any rate or speed, that vehicle will continue to travel at the same rate of speed until the parts of the vehicles forward motion is absorbed, and the vehicle comes to a sudden stop by impacting another object.
The type collision mentioned above is considered to be kinetic energy, that is a law of motion written by Sir Isaac Newton and proven to be true in all major traffic motor vehicle collisions.
A motor vehicle collision involving speeds of 40 miles per hour and above can cause blunt force trauma such as chest injuries, head injury, cervical spine injury, myocardial contusion, musculoskeletal injury, and many other major injury to the body to include death.
A vehicle collision is when a vehicle impacts another vehicle or some other object.
A organ collision is when the organs in your body strikes the interior front of your body toward your chest wall and then your organs are thrown backwards to strike the interior wall of your back.
A organ collision is like a bag of marbles thrown to the ground, some of the marbles are broken, and the other marbles are tossed around inside the bag until they all stop moving.
In most head-on collisions and rear impact collisions your body could possibly be inflicted to injury by hitting the windshield, steering wheel, or dashboard and could cause a hemothorax, flail chest, whiplash, pneumothorax, fractured sternum, neck injury, and could possibly cause death.
All high speed motor vehicle collisions are very traumatic, and in a lot of cases are usually deadly, but wearing a lap seat belt and owning a vehicle with airbags, ABS, and the new collision warning system installed in some of the newer vehicles could save your life.