• Car Crash Human Error

    human errorArticles on Crash Causation – Human Error in Road Accidents – Human Error in Road Accidents. Marc Green, Ph.D. John W. Senders, Ph.D. ERGO/GERO Human Factors Science (See also: Fallacy Often Prevails in the World of Crash Reporting)

    Aaron Showalter/New York Daily News Ariel Russo was killed in a fatal car accident earlier this year. A tragic series of blunders by city 911 dispatchers delayed the response to a Manhattan street where 4-year-old Ariel Russo was mowed down by by an out-of-control driver, a city probe …

    As if to spite me just days after I was gushing about Google’s driverless Toyota Prius, they go and rear-end someone and cause a five car accident. But as it turns out, it wasn’t the car’s fault at all: the crash was due to human error. And faster than you can dig your driver …

    A traffic collision, also known as a traffic accident, motor vehicle collision, motor vehicle accident, car accident, automobile accident, road traffic collision, road traffic accident, wreck (USA), car crash, or car smash (Australian) occurs when a vehicle collides with another vehicle …

    If you have ever been involved in an accident or fender-bender, did you ever stop and think, “I have the worst luck?” While it may feel like fate is out to get you when something bad happens, when it comes to car accidents, odds are that fate and luck were nowhere to be found—it all comes …

    Google’s autonomous cars have racked up many miles of testing on public roads. Google (CBS) – One of Google’s self-driving cars was involved in a minor car accident Friday near the company’s Mountain View, Calif. headquarters, but the search giant says the fender bender occurred when a regular flesh

    Steam Engine Train Car Crash. head on train crash with an automobile. 1940’s.

    Tech geeks are asking questions about the first ever Google car crash over the weekend, which occurred when the company’s self-driving car rear-ended another vehicle near Google’s Mountain View, California headquarters.