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What happens after a crash?
The constable on his first night shift, the young graduate paramedic, the veteran emergency department doctor who has seen it all, the distraught parents. These are the many hidden faces of the road toll.
The road toll has been quartered since 1971, when it stood at 1061, but this year - for the first time in a decade - the toll is expected to eclipse 300.
Every crash, even those that might be briefs in page 10 of the paper, impacts many people.
This series, Trauma takes its toll, will explore serious collisions from all sides and what we can do to reduce the number of lives lost on our roads.
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