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Survivors tell you how to survive traffic accidents

(People's Daily Online)

08:13, September 20, 2012


Australian researchers have studied records of 105 plane crashes and interviews with more than 2,000 survivors of traffic accidents, and outlined the following self-help tips.

First, sit with your family but evacuate separately. About 50 percent of passengers travel with at least one companion. If you are traveling with your family, try not to sit separately because in an emergency, families who are separated will try to reunite before they evacuate, thereby missing the best time to escape and causing havoc. However, it is best to evacuate separately because it will improve your chances of survival.

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Read the Chinese version: 幸存者教你交通逃生(自救锦囊)
Source:Life Times, author: Li Fanglu.

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