Blunt Force Injury

A traumatic injury caused by the application of mechanical force to the body by a blunt force, object or instrument—e.g., cricket or baseball bat, brick, bottle—or an injury in which the body strikes a surface such as a wall or the ground, in which the skin was not penetrated; such injuries usually result from assaults, abuse, accidents or resuscitative measures
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A YOUNG man attacked on a footbridge on New Year's Day died as a result of blunt force injury to the head, his inquest heard yesterday.
A pathologist said the 55-year-old was dead within 35 minutes of sustaining a blunt force injury to her head.
A pathologist said that 55-year-old Pamela Jackson was dead within 35 minutes of sustaining a blunt force injury to her head.
He said Yaseen died of complications from blunt force injury to the trunk with the knock-on effect of organ disfunction.
He said Yaseen died of complications from blunt force injury - trauma - to the trunk with the knock-on effect of organ disfunction.
Ross suffered a bad concussion and a blunt force injury to the shoulder.
A post mortem revealed the cause of death was a blunt force injury, possibly as the result of his head being forcibly propelled against a hard surface.
Coroner's investigators ruled that Nancy Gregory, who was found dead July 23 in her Quartz Hill Mobile Home Park trailer, died from blunt force injury to the head.
The victim sustained a blunt force injury to the head.
She was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus in Worcester for treatment of the head injury, which included a bad concussion and a blunt force injury to the shoulder.
State pathologist at the time, Dr Maurice Hickey, found he died from a fracture of the skull and bruising and laceration of the brain as a result of severe blunt force injury or injuries to the back of the head.
A post mortem examination showed Mr Smyth, who had had a heart bypass operation and a history of heavy drinking and public disorder, had died of blunt force injury to the head following a "sustained and violent" assault, said Brian Forster QC, prosecuting.