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English: Relative risk of an accident based on blood alcohol levels.
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Author James Heilman, MD
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Based on Table 5.2 "Comparing Relative Risks of Involvement in a Casualty Crash for Speed and Alcohol"; Section "5.4.1 Comparing Speed and Alcohol Risks", page 54 of Travelling Speed and the Risk of Crash Involvement, Volume 1 - Findings by Kloeden CN, McLean AJ, Moore VM, Ponte G (NHMRC Road Accident Research Unit) // The University of Adelaide - November 1997:

case control studies such as the one reported here which have related the risk of crash involvement to a driver’s blood alcohol concentration. A study of this type (dealing predominantly with casualty crashes drawn from a representative sample of crashes to which an ambulance wascalled) was conducted in Adelaide by the Road Accident Research Unit in 1979 (McLean, Holubowycz and Sandow, 1980)

Data selectively taken from Table 3.2 "ACCIDENT INVOLVEMENT RATIO BY BAC" page 25 (omitting the 0.01-0.03g/100mL band) from work McLean AJ, Holubowycz OT and Sandow BL, 1980. Alcohol and Crashes: Identification of Relevant Factors in this Association. Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide, Adelaide., ISBN 0642511144


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