Meaning of CRASH in English

CRASH

I. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a car crash/accident ( also a car wreck American English )

He was involved in a car crash.

a car hits sth/crashes into sth

I saw the car leave the road and hit a tree.

a clap/crash/crack of thunder (= one extremely loud sound )

Lightning flickered across the sky, followed seconds later by a loud crack of thunder.

a computer crashes (= suddenly stops working )

a crash course informal (= in which you learn a great deal in a very short time )

A husband was given a crash course in how to deliver a baby by a midwife on the phone.

a crash diet (= a very sudden and strict attempt to lose weight )

It’s better to lose weight gradually than to go on a crash diet.

a motorway crash

Six people were killed in a motorway crash.

a plane crash

Over 200 people died in the plane crash.

a plane crashes

Their plane crashed shortly after take-off.

a rail crash

Police have named four more victims of the Selby rail crash.

a train crash ( also a train wreck American English )

Ten people were killed in the train crash.

an accident/crash victim

The crash victims were rushed to hospital.

crash and burn

His bid for the presidency finally did its crash-and-burn.

crash barrier

crash course

a crash course in Spanish

crash diet

crash helmet

crash landing

He was forced to make a crash-landing in the desert.

crash/emergency landing (= a sudden landing caused by a problem with the engine etc )

horrific crash/accident/attack etc

a horrific plane crash

the crash site (= where a plane etc crashed )

Wreckage was seen 200 metres away from the crash site.

thunder crashes/booms

Thunder crashed overhead, waking the baby.

waves crash (= fall noisily )

Huge waves crashed down on us.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

back

And it crashed back into me at high speed.

First I pulled the great ladder away from the tower, sending it crashing back into the trees.

But this day had sent my spirits and my ego crashing back down to earth, or rather water.

His high-fliers were brought crashing back to earth by a 3-0 Tranmere victory, however.

The door burst inward and crashed back against the wall.

With another blow from his forearm, he sent him crashing back down the cockpit.

The rifle's heavy brass butt crashed back into his shoulder.

Slowly, she heaved herself out of the sand and then, with a sickening crack she crashed back again.

down

If the monetary system topples the economic system will also come crashing down .

The indexes came crashing down , making losers out of many neophyte capitalists gambling that prices would shoot up for ever.

The gay and lesbian rights movement has finally brought those strictures crashing down .

Then the carrier top will slip off your head and crash down and crush your wrists.

Juanito was ready for him, and the Kalashnikov crashed down at Trent's calf.

Miguel watched as big chunks of building came crashing down just beyond the engines.

Be careful not to push the unit in too far or it will crash down on to the floor of the casing.

Men jumped free as the gates crashed down .

in

He was disturbed when his 2 attackers crashed in through a back door.

The Jaguar is reported to have crashed in a distant country, mad as hell.

Fighting against the wind we ran along the beach and watched a steel grey North Sea crashing in .

Encased in dry-suits, they struggled out into the bay to come crashing in on their boards.

Six-year-old Garry answered it, only to be knocked flying as two policemen came crashing in .

The relief crashed in around her.

Back at the other end, those waves of Lincoln attacks were still crashing in .

out

I crashed out on the bed before I got the chance.

Some people are able to crash out completely after skiing.

The bells crashed out the joyous news practically all day.

Long-time leader Badrakhani crashed out at the fence, bringing down close fourth Rochester.

The bells crashed out again, I went quietly into the Church myself, carrying Heather.

He switched all the door and window alarms on before going to bed and crashing out .

through

Most river tourists travel in big noisy motor rigs, which crash through all but the biggest rapids without difficulty.

We were allowed a split second to brace for its impact before crashing through .

It crashed through the barrier and then something horrible began.

■ NOUN

aircraft

This could arise if an aircraft crashed and there was damage to houses in the area.

No mention was made of the other eleven persons on board and no mention of how the aircraft had crashed .

Read in studio Police have now named the three rugby fans who were killed when their light aircraft crashed into a field.

Probably the corpses of Army pilots killed in a 1956 aircraft crash .

The aircraft that crashed Saturday was listed eight times in the data.

Realising that the aircraft had crashed , two witness made their way to the wreckage in order to assist the pilot.

Ferris took the decision to abandon the aircraft , which crashed at 1205 at Oxborough, Norfolk.

barrier

It crashed through the barrier and then something horrible began.

After the catch, he crashed hard into the barrier but held on to the ball.

Hakkinen was taken to the circuit for a routine check after suffering minor concussion when his car crashed into a barrier .

car

The normality of Highly dangerous cars crash violently in comparison with?

She struck a parked car and crashed into the building, police said.

Then the police car had crashed into a fence.

Prime example: The Oct. 13 People, with its latest Diana cover, six weeks after the dreadful car crash .

Four were hurt when their car crashed off the A66 on the westbound carriageway near the Elton turn-off just outside Stockton.

All the trucks and cars started crashing into one another, too.

A boy was arrested after one car crashed .

Hakkinen was taken to the circuit for a routine check after suffering minor concussion when his car crashed into a barrier.

computer

The cancer research computer system crashed , halting vital research and ran up a bill of £10,000 making the calls.

And we forget that all these computers can crash with one shudder of an earthquake.

defeat

Eastwood's try four minutes later sent Leeds crashing to their sixth defeat in nine matches.

door

Suddenly the door crashed open and the hall was full of people, loud with voices.

I called to Dad but he didn't hear me; instead he sent another door crashing down.

The door burst inward and crashed back against the wall.

I'd made maybe ten yards when the door crashed open, and some grey edges appeared in the darkness before me.

Flying past Endill he hurtled through a door , crashing into the room beyond.

She could hear him singing, if you could call it that, just before the front door crashed open downstairs.

earth

But this day had sent my spirits and my ego crashing back down to earth , or rather water.

Perhaps the moon would spin out of its orbit and come crashing into the earth .

A good autumn wind would bring the whole edifice crashing to earth .

Instead, the Spartans came crashing to Earth .

His high-fliers were brought crashing back to earth by a 3-0 Tranmere victory, however.

Unlike Marlowe, he acknowledges time as an all powerful element which brings such fantasies crashing down to earth .

flight

His attempted flight involved crashing about an apartment complex parking lot, allegedly putting the lives of officers and residents in danger.

Some suspended flight display monitors also crashed to the floor.

floor

Both men hurtled on over the top of Barbara in a tangle of limbs, crashing to the office floor .

The statues on either side of Fenn crashed to the floor and he fell with them.

Just then, from the hallway came a roar as a stack of empty orange crates crashed to the floor .

Be careful not to push the unit in too far or it will crash down on to the floor of the casing.

In their bedroom something crashed to the floor , which immediately woke one of the twins who began to howl.

Overhead lights crashed to the auditorium floor and members of the audience bolted for exits.

ground

And listen: this is how I felt as my grandad's block came crashing into the ground .

Some marveled and some mourned, especially when the great elm was brought crashing to the ground .

It was then that the bullet flew past him, hitting the brass cross and sending the crucifix crashing to the ground .

The stammering policeman spun around, tripped on the rusty pot, and all but crashed to the ground .

The rest of it crashed to the ground and the teachers collapsed in a heap on the floor.

I crashed to the ground , picked myself up, and began staggering around the car to the other side.

Chimneys crashed to the ground , bringing roof tiles with them, but the insurance companies will replace those.

Then it crashed to the ground and died, no explosions, no flames reaching to the sky.

helicopter

The helicopter crashed in June 1994 with the loss of all four crew and 25 intelligence officers from Northern Ireland on board.

A similar model of transport helicopter crashed in 1977 in the West Bank, killing 54 paratroopers.

home

Berwick crashed at home to Newcastle last Saturday, but staged a quick recovery with a last-heat win at Glasow.

Ann-Marie Coombes was 16 when she crashed driving home from a pub.

Northallerton surprisingly crashed 52 at home to Easington, after being level at half time.

It must be horrible for them when cars crash outside their homes .

Thirteen-year-old Joseph McKernan died when the car he was in crashed near his Carrickmore home .

jet

That's the same as a full jumbo jet crashing at Heathrow every day of the week and two on Sunday.

market

Then, with-out warning, the world oil markets crashed .

And as the Saatchi shares peaked ahead of the 1987 stock market crash the seeds of its financial decline had already been sown.

The Breeze never mentioned the stock market crash .

What does it mean that a market has crashed ?

My father found himself without an income about the time the stock market crashed .

That was fine; everyone at Salomon expected the market to crash .

mountain

According to aviation officials the A-300 should have been 1,500 feet higher at the point where it crashed into a jagged mountain face.

It crashed around the mountain walls as if it would split them in two and she never heard the plane arrive.

Had the airplane crashed into the mountain , it would have cut a swath through the trees.

plane

Just half a mile from where the plane crashed , members of the public were attending a lambing opening day.

They also can model what happens when weapons are damaged, as when a plane carrying them crashes .

The amazing picture was taken by a Mirror reader seconds before the plane crashed .

And its hoped this will reveal exactly why the plane crashed so close to the airport.

We might imagine a single-seater plane crashing in the desert because the pilot has been taken ill and died.

The worst was in Paris, where storms caused four planes to crash .

rock

Get a friend to raise the blade vertically upwards to simulate crashing into a hidden rock in the stopper.

Not only missed, but crashed into the rocks like one of the nearby surfers falling off the crest of a wave.

From here I watch a patrol of pelicans skim the ocean surface while waves crash against the rocks .

sea

He attacked one Ju87 from behind, breaking away as the tail broke off his victim and it crashed into the sea .

He then broke away as Lambert was also firing at this aircraft, and watched it crash into the sea .

Some such understanding, or rather incomprehension, blurred my sight, filled my head with the crashing of the blackest sea .

Two weeks later a Jaguar crashed into the sea off Nairn, though the pilot ejected in time.

But his three-second, 89-metre flight ended in disaster when his £700 glider was wrecked as it crashed into the sea .

One by one, the concrete weighted drums were winched up and then sent crashing into the sea .

thunder

She then literally jumped in her seat as a huge peal of thunder crashed directly overhead.

Lightning forked overhead, illuminating the camp like day, and thunder crashed deafeningly through the deep darkness that followed.

The thunder crashed , the lightning flared, and the rain came down in torrents.

tree

I attempted to explain the semiotics of George of the Jungle, feckless would-be Tarzan, for ever crashing into the nearest tree .

First I pulled the great ladder away from the tower, sending it crashing back into the trees .

Artillery began to crash into the tree lines, and artillery flares fell, as well.

Several weeks ago Victor came crashing down out of a tree and on to his back.

Some had crashed in the trees .

wall

Waiting for the ball and chain Come crashing through the wall .

But he never had control of the ball and dropped it as he crashed into the wall .

He says they crashed into a wall .

Charlie crashed into a wall and bounced off it like a rubber rhino.

An oil drum was kicked away, rolling and crashing into the wall beside her.

Here, all night long, synthetic waves crash tirelessly on to walls awash with projected images while loud music drowns out thought.

He crashed against the wall then fell, rolled the last few stairs to the hallway.

The door burst inward and crashed back against the wall .

window

The surf was crashing outside my window and I was caressing a sentence at around 1 a.m. when the phone rang.

Riney decided to make a run for it and escaped, crashing through a glass window in the process.

A bullet went crashing through the rear window , shattering the glass behind me.

It came crashing through the window .

Rocks crashed through the window and bottles broke against the doors.

■ VERB

bring

The 50-year-old actress is struggling to come to terms with a series of disasters that have brought her life crashing round her.

Some marveled and some mourned, especially when the great elm was brought crashing to the ground.

The gay and lesbian rights movement has finally brought those strictures crashing down.

A good autumn wind would bring the whole edifice crashing to earth.

His high-fliers were brought crashing back to earth by a 3-0 Tranmere victory, however.

Another quick defeat will bring them crashing down.

Unlike Marlowe, he acknowledges time as an all powerful element which brings such fantasies crashing down to earth.

What is the mechanism that brings capitalism crashing down?

cause

But this is unreliable, and can cause the machine to crash .

The worst was in Paris, where storms caused four planes to crash .

Such a war, if it went badly, might well cause stockmarkets to crash again.

He stressed again that any conclusion about what caused the plane to crash during a light snowstorm is still months away.

Script that works fine with Netscape can cause Internet Explorer to crash , and vice versa.

come

Waiting for the ball and chain Come crashing through the wall.

The indexes came crashing down, making losers out of many neophyte capitalists gambling that prices would shoot up for ever.

If the monetary system topples the economic system will also come crashing down.

On Friday, more than 60, 000 cubic feet came crashing down each second.

If she pulled they would come crashing down on top of her, said Mr Wakerley.

When this hope came crashing down that summer, I was totally unaware that anything terrible had happened to her.

And listen: this is how I felt as my grandad's block came crashing into the ground.

Miguel watched as big chunks of building came crashing down just beyond the engines.

die

He died in 1912 after crashing into the ocean off Santa Monica, California.

hear

She could hear her heart crashing in her ears.

She was in bed when she heard a crashing noise in the kitchen.

She heard it crash to the bottom of the stairs, and felt the floor quiver as it gained on her.

In the dense foliage around us I heard the mortars crashing heavily, shaking the air, searching for us.

Outside, we could hear the sea crashing on the shingle.

I could hear things crashing inside the house.

From his room Ansel could hear the waves crashing on Baker Beach.

It was near the ocean and Heather could hear the waves crashing on the reef from where she lay in the bed.

send

It was then that the bullet flew past him, hitting the brass cross and sending the crucifix crashing to the ground.

Occasionally, comets even get bumped into orbits that send them crashing into the sun.

First I pulled the great ladder away from the tower, sending it crashing back into the trees.

Slamming on the brakes, our driver was unable to evade the animal, and sent it crashing along the pavement.

I called to Dad but he didn't hear me; instead he sent another door crashing down.

With another blow from his forearm, he sent him crashing back down the cockpit.

From there the Springboks swept upfield, stole back possession and sent Werner Swanepoel crashing over.

Donna sent the Volvo crashing into the Audi again, then shifted up through the gears and drove off.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

almighty din/crash/row etc

And certainly there would be the most almighty row if Clarke got the push.

Before he got half way, they dropped with an almighty crash on to the stone floor.

crash/collide/smash etc head-on

But that image collided head-on with life last month.

He and Carter were doomed to collide head-on .

Shortly after the £5 million junction was opened, two trains collided head-on killing four people and injuring 22.

The cab control car of a commuter train being pushed from the rear collided head-on with an Amtrak diesel locomotive.

They can collide head-on with what we believe to be right.

sickening thud/crash/sound etc

Her heart took up a sickening thud.

One pitched out, hitting the ground with a sickening thud.

Then she landed on the Market Square flagstones with a sickening crash to lie motionless.

Then, with a sickening thud in her solar plexus, she understood.

They heard screams, kicks, the sickening thud of a punch, and the ogre roaring Solper's name.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

He lost control of his car at the first bend and crashed.

Hundreds of hospital records were wiped out when the network crashed.

I installed the new program and my computer crashed.

My computer crashed, and we couldn't get it working again.

Rick crashed his bike before he'd finished paying for it.

The bus crashed into an embankment before bursting into flames.

The cymbals crashed, and the symphony came to an end.

The tire blew, causing him to crash the car.

We crashed Stella's party last Friday.

Witnesses say the jet crashed shortly after takeoff.

You can crash at our place if you can't get a ride home.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A few minutes later, a wall of water crashed over the lip of the Falls and Niagara was in business again.

First I pulled the great ladder away from the tower, sending it crashing back into the trees.

He stumbled backwards and struck a bed screen that crashed to the floor, bringing him with it.

Most river tourists travel in big noisy motor rigs, which crash through all but the biggest rapids without difficulty.

Since some airplanes and trains do crash , when does fear about traveling in them become a phobia?

The Army set up emergency hotlines for inquiring parents but the system crashed several hours later because of a flood of calls.

The utility takes 22K and crashed our test system on several occasions.

II. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

fatal

There were rumours of a fatal coach crash .

It was the first fatal crash in the airliner's 31-year history.

Officials are still trying to piece together what happened before the fatal crash Sunday.

Some who witnessed the fatal crash from the stands in Daytona made the 500-mile trip to North Carolina to pay homage there.

horrific

If the Piper Alpha disaster or one of the horrific plane crashes are coming to mind, think again.

Doctors feared he could be permanently brain-damaged after an horrific motorway crash .

Willis is David, a security guard who emerges unscathed from a horrific train crash that kills everyone else.

loud

Suddenly there was a loud crash .

A loud crash could be heard from the room and the sound of wailing drifted into the courtroom, startling onlookers.

A moment later there was a loud crash aft as some one rear-ended me.

There was a terrible cry, and a loud crash .

Lightning flashed in the sky, and there was a loud crash of thunder.

After only three or four paces, a loud crash came from behind me.

Suddenly, I heard a loud crash near me, scaring me out of my wits.

There was a loud crash , as the box fell into the sea.

plane

But then the plane crash happened and now I may retire even sooner.

Redding was just 26 when he died in a 1967 plane crash near Madison, Wis.

stock

The up side of a stock market crash is imagining the billions lost when Microsoft falls that much.

Elaine Garzarelli became a celebrity for calling the 1987 stock market crash .

Social Security grew out of the 1929 stock market crash and the Great Depression.

Naturally, stock market crashes and recessions end up tossing businesses into bankruptcy court and throwing people out of work.

After taking a drubbing in the 1987 stock market crash , Schwab looked to the booming mutual fund industry to revive earnings.

The model is used to forecast economic growth and to estimate the potential effects of sudden shocks like a stock crash .

Coordinated monetary and fiscal policies put in place to offset the effects of the stock market crash quickly accelerated the global economy.

■ NOUN

air

He lost his only son Jay, 26, in an air crash and his first wife Connie drowned in Antigua.

However, San Diego has only experienced one major air crash in its history.

It is now 33 years since the last major air crash in Ayrshire and we must pray that there is never another.

At the same time, the number of infants killed in commercial air crashes is extremely low.

There have been three elections since 1988 when General Zia ul Haq died in an unexplained air crash .

One ambulanceman compared the carnage to an air crash .

airplane

I probably looked as though I had been in an all-day airplane crash .

Palma was arrested last year, along with dozens of federal police who were protecting him after an airplane crash .

They always die in airplane crashes or do too many drugs at the end of it.

barrier

William Farrell had seen a Renault 25 car parked beside a crash barrier as he drove past.

It came down against the crash barrier .

They blame his death on a faulty motorway crash barrier .

And the family blames a faulty motorway crash barrier .

Now the council is waiting for the car parks firm to solve the crash barrier problem.

Faults were discovered in the mountings on the crash barriers around the top deck of the car park in July.

It ploughed off the motorway, behind the motorway bridge crash barrier , and into the concrete upright.

car

When faith can cost a life: the car crash victim who refused to be given blood.

A car crash , an earthquake, a burning factory are much better.

About four months after I went down, John was involved in a car crash .

It was the car crash again.

Rade Markovic is being questioned about a car crash in 1999 in which opposition leader Vuk Draskovic was injured.

His death in a 1956 car crash brought his career to an abrupt halt when he was just 26.

In a week, his wife was killed in a car crash .

She was killed in a car crash on the way to the meeting.

helicopter

And he, too, would later die in a helicopter crash on his way to a race in Talladega.

helmet

This time the attackers were young and wearing crash helmets with visors.

Maybe they could have used crash helmets .

Never seen him without his crash helmet on; could be an albino or a Rastafarian for all he knew.

The answer: wear crash helmets .

In a number of countries for some years, the wearing of crash helmets by motor cyclists has been obligatory.

Tom had never before ridden pillion on a motorbike, but Andy the neighbour had a spare crash helmet .

They live mostly on the forest canopy and have white fur crash helmets with black faces and black ears peeping out.

landing

He also survived five crash landings .

An unnecessary signal: the radios had been dead since the crash landing .

He says that wasn't bad for a crash landing .

Read in studio A glider pilot has suffered a broken leg in a crash landing at an R-A-F base.

This could and did result in nasty crash landings which could set the bombs off.

market

The retail business, which is essential for the maintenance of adequate market liquidity, declined after the 1987 stock market crash .

Elaine Garzarelli became a celebrity for calling the 1987 stock market crash .

This hypothesis was investigated by re-estimating the preferred equation up to 1987 Q2 prior to the stock market crash .

Social Security grew out of the 1929 stock market crash and the Great Depression.

The section has serviced these contracts through good times and bad - remember the stock market crash in 1987?

The fund tumbled nearly 40 % in the 1987 market crash and by a similar percentage in early 1990.

The up side of a stock market crash is imagining the billions lost when Microsoft falls that much.

Coordinated monetary and fiscal policies put in place to offset the effects of the stock market crash quickly accelerated the global economy.

rail

He was in the Lockington rail crash near Beverley, East Yorkshire in 1986.

road

The policies they sell offer cash payouts in the event of injuries, disability or death sustained in a road crash .

Only a short time before his death in a road crash , I did an item with that fine singer Dickie Valentine.

It's a match dedicated to devoted footballer, Louise Barry, who died in a road crash .

site

All three occupants suffered multiple injuries and were certified dead at the crash site by a medical practitioner.

Two views of the crash site .

When they learned of the crash , his brother and father came to the crash site .

Much of the crash site in the Grampian hills has now been cleared.

I am looking for unit markings for the second aircraft, personal accounts of the crash and photos of the crash site .

They were warned it might fly over the crash site .

An engine from one of the vans was found more than 120 feet from the crash site .

Back on his farm a few miles from a crash site , Mr Hayton said he'd been expecting a longer sentence.

train

Two people were killed in a train crash at Bellgrove and four at Newton on similar single-lead junction lay-outs.

To highlight the risk of such accidents, the association filmed several simulated train crashes in Chula Vista this month.

Yesterday's train crash near Selby, North Yorkshire, was clearly a tragic consequence of chance and deadly events.

Relatives of 20 people who died in the Paddington train crash in 1999 have received compensation payouts of up to £750,000.

He added that he had made that decision in spite of an embargo on similar junctions after the Bellgrove train crash two years earlier.

These troubled souls are mostly killed in the train crash .

It was ten years ago when her parents had died, in a train crash .

In the short term, next week's budget crunch is more like a toy train crash rather than the real thing.

victim

When faith can cost a life: the car crash victim who refused to be given blood.

Local hospitals were taken off the alert for crash victims .

Tom Berenger is an amnesia-suffering crash victim who suspects he has murdered some one in the stylish thriller Shattered.

■ VERB

cause

Air accident investigators are now trying to establish what caused the crash .

Zanardi took the lead Sunday and held it through a lap-seven restart, which was caused by a crash by Paul Tracy.

Zffla, which causes nasty crashes in Internet Explorer.

Still, concern about home-buying is why Alexander charges that eliminating the mortgage interest deduction would cause a real-estate crash .

The banners themselves aren't usually a hindrance, but sometimes the mechanism of getting them to you can cause nasty crashes .

No one knows for sure what caused the crash .

Rescuers sent out requests for supplies of drugs and were hampered reaching the injured because of tailbacks caused by earlier crashes .

It was not immediately clear what caused the crash in nearly impassable terrain near the Courthouse Bay boat basin at Camp Lejeune.

die

One crew member ejected but was later found drowned, the other did not eject and died in the crash .

And he, too, would later die in a helicopter crash on his way to a race in Talladega.

In what year did he die in a plane crash ? 3. 3.

When Brayton died in a crash during practice, Ongais was asked by car owner John Menard to step in.

Name the two famous rock stars who died in the crash with Buddy. 4. 4.

Barley died in a plane crash in Orlando last summer.

Other aircrew who died in the crash were ... In Lyneham, the transport planes were flying again today.

She was one of 37 people to die in the crash .

happen

But then the plane crash happened and now I may retire even sooner.

The Sunday morning crash happened near a country road about 25 miles southwest of Portland.

Two fire crews from Bury attended the crash which happened in a torrential downpour.

But once your anger has subsided, realise that you allowed the crash to happen .

A software crash generally happens when you try to do something in the same way - i.e. the crash is repeatable.

Seven people were injured in the crashes which happened during the rush hour on the northbound carriageway at the Fortwilliam junction.

The crash happened after a high-speed mainline train smashed into a freight service, near Selby, north Yorkshire.

hear

As Philip ran across to her he heard a crash .

I heard a crash , and around a corner walks this ewe.

I was returning to the house with a mixing drum when I heard the crash .

I heard crashes of falling trees, and the grinding and growling of skidders hauling logs.

They heard the crash , and saw smoke rise from the forward quarter of the Genoese round ship.

From there, he heard the crash on the ground floor.

When he heard the crash of glass downstairs, he began to shiver.

On hearing the crash neighbours immediately rushed out to help.

injure

Voice over Richard Latkowsky from Witny was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash several years ago.

Car crash: Three people were injured in a car crash at a North York Moors beauty spot.

His girlfriend, Susan Wormsley, who was seriously injured in the crash is still in hospital.

Nine died and 11 were injured in that crash , when a train hit a van on a level crossing.

Voice over Shaun Gooch, who was injured in the crash , was arrested on the day of his release from hospital.

Read in studio A pregnant woman and her three-year-old son have been injured in a head-on crash involving a stolen car.

Three people died and 10 were injured in a four-vehicle crash at Stonham, near Ipswich, Suffolk, yesterday.

Voice over Three people who were in the car at the time were injured in the crash , one of them seriously.

involve

About four months after I went down, John was involved in a car crash .

Police said alcohol was involved in the crash .

Police in Gloucester also followed a Ford Escort which was involved in a crash .

kill

Two people were killed in a train crash at Bellgrove and four at Newton on similar single-lead junction lay-outs.

More children and young adults are killed by crashes than by any other cause.

More than four and a half thousand people were killed last year in crashes that could have been avoided.

She was killed in a car crash on the way to the meeting.

In a week, his wife was killed in a car crash .

She had been grounded two years ago -- just months after the other female pilot was killed in a carrier crash .

Anything else the guard may have remembered is of no value for he was killed in the crash .

Lise marries Michael, who is killed in a car crash .

lead

He was one of a number of witnesses who described their view of events leading up to the crash in Swindon last year.

A pilot's memory for the events leading up to a crash , say, may be totally blocked.

survive

He also survived five crash landings.

The pilot and a female passenger survived the crash near Skagway, 85 miles north of Juneau.

Of the 40 people on board. 6 survived the crash but no one lived more than a few days.

In this tale, Tony the Wonder Horse miraculously survives the crash .

Mr Marchant's 6 year old step-daughter, Michelle O'Donnell survived the crash .

The instruments are in two different boxes with the idea that at least one would survive a crash .

They'd just survived a crash and had over-reacted.

An estimated 2, 500 people have survived crashes because their cars were equipped with air bags.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Both drivers were injured in the crash .

Her husband died in a plane crash in 1981.

Ira Louvin was killed in a crash in Montana that also took the lives of six other people.

Luckily, I sold my shares just before the crash .

The stock market crash made me suspicious of those type of insurance schemes.

The Wall Street Crash was disastrous for many American businessmen.

The whole tray of dishes fell to the floor with a crash .

There was a loud crash in the bedroom and my dad started yelling.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

And the Paris crash was a reminder that it can do so with the most catastrophic results.

Does it depend on the statistical probability of a crash ?

It was the smoke, an autopsy revealed, that killed Evan, not injuries from the crash .

Name the two famous rock stars who died in the crash with Buddy. 4. 4.

The court heard that the crash happened at Pentwyn, Cardiff, after the three celebrated Coombes' first job.

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