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In 1915 the biggest killer of young Australian males was Gallipoli. Today the biggest killer of young men aged 18-25 years is the road. Young men are dying in high speed, single vehicle crashes, crumpled in metal coffins, on lonely rural roads. Why do they die? Why do they live? Speed is hypnotic. Risk is freedom. Cars can become weapons.


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