A combination of technology and education will be used by Ford Motor Co. to combat the surprising results the automaker found when it studied who is behind the wheel when a child dies in a motor vehicle accident. Jack Edwards is a safety engineer who analyzes data for Ford. With the help of a researcher from the University of Michigan, Mr. Edwards looked at four years of accident data in which 8,000 children were killed and 100,000 injured to see who was behind the wheel at the time. He ...

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