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This is the first book to provide a detailed account of road traffic accidents in Ireland, with particular emphasis on the human cost of driver error. Interviewees include grieving families and injured victims, former minister, Jim McDaid, Galway boy racers, a young man who killed his best friend, and Micilín Feeney who was left brain-damaged after a drunk-driving accident.
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Jenny McCudden is Western Corres-pondent for TV3 News. A graduate in Journalism from DCU, she completed her MA in Writing from NUI Galway. She worked with the Sunday World, the Westmeath-Offaly Independent, and Midlands Radio 3. She spent five years working for BBC News in London, before moving to TV3 News. She was a featured reader at the 2009 Cuirt International festival of Literature in Galway.Review:
'Vivid and thought-provoking insight' Sunday World 'Harrowing' The Irish Sun 'Essential reading for everyone who gets behind the wheel' Irish Examiner
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Book Description The Collins Press. Condition: New. 2010. Paperback. 224pp. First edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Seller Inventory # 9781848890275
Book Description The Collins Press. Condition: New. 2010. Paperback. 224pp. First edition copy. . . . Seller Inventory # 9781848890275
Book Description The Collins Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: BRAND NEW. Ireland's record for road safety is dismal: nearly every day brings news of yet another horrific crash resulting in serious injury or loss of life. Impact tells the human story behind the stark statistics. Grieving families and injured victims describe how a crash that is over in seconds can devastate lives forever. Their insights into coping with unexpected grief, and the shock of injury are harrowing and moving. Interviewees include former government minister Jim McDaid TD, Galway boy racers, and Micilín Feeney, left brain-damaged after a drink-driving accident. Those working on the front line in emergency services - gardaí, fire officers, medical personnel - are given a voice, while road safety experts discuss the facts behind our collision culture. Impact is the first detailed account of road traffic accidents in Ireland. It is essential reading for everyone, from experienced drivers to those about to get behind the wheel for the first time. 240 pages. 19.2 x 13 x 2.4 cm. Seller Inventory # 8536
Book Description The Collins Press, Ireland. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # COLL0275
Book Description Collins Pr, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1848890273