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NHTSA PROPOSED ROLLOVER ROOF CRUSH ACCIDENT STANDARD
 
NHTSA PROPOSED ROLLOVER ROOF CRUSH ACCIDENT STANDARD
Joan Claybrook, President of Public Citizen, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization, speaks on the new National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) new roof strength standards, in regards to roll over accidents, calling them inadequate and weak, in Washington on November, 21 2005. Rollover crashes constitute only three percent of total vehicle crashes, yet they are responsible for one-third of all crash fatalities. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
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