Post-crash fires, darkness or bad weather greatly decrease the likelihood of surviving an emergency medical service (EMS) helicopter crash, according to a study by researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health‚Äôs Center for Injury Research and Policy and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Gosh, who ever would have thought that fire and bad weather might be detrimental to the health of aircraft crash survivors?
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