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Risk factors for impact-related morbidity and mortality were studied. Methods: A case-control study was conducted of 26 people hospitalized or killed, and injured, randomly selected people who were in houses damaged by the tornado. To obtain information on study subjects, telephone interviews were conducted, and hospital records, coroners' reports, and American Red Cross records were abstracted. Structural details on houses were collected from tax assessor records. Conclusions: One-storey houses were safer than multistorey houses, and basements were safer than other rooms.
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