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Crash Data Retrieval of Chevy Trailblazer
2003 Chevy Trailblazer
The crash data retrieved from this Chevy Trailblazer suggests that the vehicle reached a top recorded speed of 51 MPH
approximately 2 seconds before it had a (crash) non-deployment event*.

It also indicates that the vehicle did not apply its breaks until about 2 seconds before the same crash. In addition, the
driver's seat belt was buckled when the airbag module was recording.

Click here to see the actual crash data downloaded from this vehicle.
2005 GMC Sierra
The crash data retrieved from this GMC Sierra suggests that this vehicle had its breaks applied and was stopped (0 MPH)
approximately 5 seconds before it had a (crash) non-deployment event*.

According to the recorded data, the vehicle began accelerating slowly about 3 seconds before the same crash. The
vehicle reached a top recorded speed of 11 MPH prior to impact.

Click here to see the actual crash data downloaded from this vehicle.
Crash Data Retrieval of GMC Sierra
*Only Ford family vehicles with specifically configured powertrain control modules can record 20 seconds of pre-crash data.
Some Ford family vehicles*, such as this 2006 Mercury Grand Marqui, are configured to record up to 20 seconds of pre-crash
data (speed, brake use, etc.) if the vehicle is involved in a serious traffic accident where airbags are deployed.

The crash data from this vehicle suggests that the car accelerated slowly up to about 28 MPH before applying the brakes and
being involved in a major traffic crash.  Our expert analysts can utilize crash data to validate traditional accident reconstruction
methods and answer questions about causality.   

Click here to see a graphical representation of the crash data leading up to the accident.

Click here to see the actual crash data downloaded from this vehicle.
2006 Mercury Grand Marqui
Crash Data Retrieval of Mercury Grand Marqui
*GM recorded events can be "deployment", "non-deployment", or "deployment level" based on the severity of the accident and whether
or not deployment of the vehicle's airbags were warranted.
*GM recorded events can be "deployment", "non-deployment", or "deployment level" based on the severity of the accident and whether
or not deployment of the vehicle's airbags were warranted.
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