St. James Hospital handled all the accident cases for the city. They were kept especially busy by the large number of drivers and passengers injured on the city's roads. To improve the road safety, a law was passed making the wearing of seat belts mandatory. Drivers and passengers now started to wear seat belts in their cars. The frequency road accidents remained exactly the same. However, the hospital was now even busier handling road-accident victims than before. Why?

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The wearing of seat belts was successful in reducing the number of deaths from road accidents. People who with-out seat belts would have been killed (and taken to the morgue) now survived but with injuries. Consequently more people were treated for injuries than before.
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