crash

01. Officials believe the plane [crash] was due to a build-up of ice on the wings.
02. My mother broke her neck in a car [crash], but luckily she survived.
03. My brother's friend [crashed] his car while driving home from a party, and was killed instantly.
04. The plane [crashed] soon after take off, but miraculously, no one was killed.
05. I heard a loud [crash] from the kitchen, and ran in to find that my cat had knocked over a pile of dirty dishes.
06. The stock market [crashed] in 1929, and that began the era known as the Great Depression.
07. My computer keeps [crashing]. I think I might have a virus.
08. The young snowboarder [crashed] into a skier while getting off the lift, and sprained his ankle.
09. We got home really late from the party, and were super tired, so we [crashed] right away.
10. James Dean died in a car [crash] at age 24.
11. Airliners hijacked by terrorists [crashed] into the twin towers of the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001.
12. One out of every five new car drivers is involved in a [crash] within the first two years of driving.
13. In 1996, a cargo plane [crashed] into a crowded market in the center of Kinshasa, the capital of Zaire, killing 350 people.
14. Car [crashes] are the number one killer of young people in British Columbia.
15. Studies show that new drivers are much more likely than experienced drivers to [crash] and get injured or even killed.
16. Worldwide, about 25 million people have died in car accidents since the first fatal car [crash] around 100 years ago.
17. Studies show that head injury is the most common cause of death in bicycle [crashes].
18. My computer [crashed] and I lost my essay, so I had to do the whole thing over.
19. Horace once noted that high towers fall with a heavier [crash].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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