Crash may refer to:
Other articles related to "crash":
... Pérez provided a detailed portrait of the culture of the elite CRASH unit ... Pérez insisted that 90% of CRASH officers were "in the loop," knowingly framing innocent suspects and perjuring themselves on the witness stand ... Pérez claims his superiors were aware of and encouraged CRASH officers to engage in misconduct the goal of the unit was to arrest gang members by any means necessary ...
... The Grafton bus crash killed 21 people and injured 22 on the Pacific Highway on the North Coast of New South Wales near Grafton ... At the time, this crash was the worst in Australian road transport history in terms of number of deaths ... This crash was one of several on the Pacific Highway involving buses during a relatively brief period ...
... The Pan American 707 was the first to relay news of the crash as it was receiving permission to land ...
... Reception Review scores Publication Score CRASH 94% Sinclair User 79% Your Sinclair 92% Micro Hobby Zzap64 97% MegaTech 73% Awards Entity Award Zzap!64 Gold Medal Crash ...
... A crash test video of the 1997-2004 Trans Sport/Montana resulted in criticism because of extreme damage to the vehicle in the 40 mph (64 km/h) crash ... left leg would have been seriously injured in a real-world crash of this severity ...
Famous quotes containing the word crash:
“The tree the tempest with a crash of wood
Throws down in front of us is not to bar
Our passage to our journeys end for good,
But just to ask us who we think we are....”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Russian forests crash down under the axe, billions of trees are dying, the habitations of animals and birds are layed waste, rivers grow shallow and dry up, marvelous landscapes are disappearing forever.... Man is endowed with creativity in order to multiply that which has been given him; he has not created, but destroyed. There are fewer and fewer forests, rivers are drying up, wildlife has become extinct, the climate is ruined, and the earth is becoming ever poorer and uglier.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
white-sailed of Crete,
you brought my mistress
from her quiet palace
through breaker and crash of surf
to love-rite of unhappiness!”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)