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74382

INCIDENCE OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS IN FATALLY INJURED CAR DRIVERS IN NORWAY
I 864291 IRRD 9405
GJERDE, H NATL INST OF FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY, NORWAY BEYLICH, K-M NATL INST OF FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY, NORWAY MORLAND, J NATL INST OF FORENSIC TOXICOLOGY, NORWAY
ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION 1993 E25 4 PAG: 479-83 T

Samenvatting Blood samples from 159 fatally injured drivers from 1989 and 1990, corresponding to 57% of all fatally injured drivers in Norway during this period, were analysed for alcohol and psychoactive drugs. Alcohol was found in 28.3% of the drivers, 27.0% above the legal limit of 0.05%. Drugs were found in 16.4% of the drivers; benzodiazepines and tetrahydrocannabinol were the drugs most frequently found. Among 79 drivers fatally injured in single-vehicle accidents, 41.8% were positive for alcohol and 21.5% were positive for drugs. (A)
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