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If you hit a pedestrian, what difference does it make if you were driving 30 km/h rather than 50 km/h?

A pedestrian “has an 80 per cent risk of being killed when hit by a car driving at 50 km/h, while the risk of being killed is only 10 per cent if the speed is 30 km/h.” (Swedish Traffic Administration)

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