Massage Therapy for Automobile Accident Victims
There is no hesitation that wearing seat belt saves lives. It is the single most effective thing you know how to do in a car to keep your life. 63 percent of people killed in car accidents were not wearing seatbelts. All year there are about 35,000 people who die as a result of a car crash. Half of them could boast been saved if they had been tiresome a seatbelt.
More than 75 percent of serious injury and deaths from a car crash occur close to home and more than half at speeds slower than 40 miles per hour. An unbelted person weigh 160 pounds in a car going 30 mph can crash from first to last a windshield by way of a force of 4,800 pounds.