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Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine &Toxicology
Year : 2011, Volume : 5, Issue : 2
First page : ( 63) Last page : ( 65)
Print ISSN : 0973-9122. Online ISSN : 0973-9130.

What can an accident explain: a forensic case study

Sharma Mukesh1,*SSO, Jha Shailendra1Assistant Director, Mathur V N2Director

1Physics Division, State Forensic Science Laboratory, Rajasthan, Jaipur-302 016

2State Forensic Science Laboratory, Rajasthan, Jaipur 302 016.

*Address for correspondence: SSO, Physics Division, State Forensic Science Laboratory, Rajasthan Jaipur – 302 016 e-mail: mksphy@gmail.com


It is estimated that about a million of people are killed every year throughout the world as a results of road traffic accidents. In developing countries, occupants of private automobiles comprise the majority of traffic injury victims. In accident cases arise from the violation of statutes that typically require the driver of an automobile involved in an accident to stop, identify himself and his vehicle and render aid to persons injured in the accident.

Using this example of crime scene study, through this present case, the authors have tried to explain the importance of the spot examination and preservation of the scene of crime. Through this paper, the author tried to explain the circumstances can change the view of the public, by using the forensic expert view, proper examination of vehicles, victim's injury and scene of crime, the doubt might be resolved.



Forensic Engineering, Accident, Crime Scene, injury.


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