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APA Citation

Mabbott, N. A. & ARRB Transport Research.  (2001).  Harm minimisation for victims of road trauma.  Vermont South, Vic :  ARRB Transport Research

MLA Citation

Mabbott, N. A. and ARRB Transport Research.  Harm minimisation for victims of road trauma / Nick Mabbott  ARRB Transport Research Vermont South, Vic  2001

Australian/Harvard Citation

Mabbott, N. A. & ARRB Transport Research.  2001,  Harm minimisation for victims of road trauma / Nick Mabbott  ARRB Transport Research Vermont South, Vic

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  | title=Harm minimisation for victims of road trauma / Nick Mabbott
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  | author2=ARRB Transport Research
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  | language=English
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