Curiosity Kills the Cat / Rubber Neckers

Rubbernecking has been described as a human trait associated with morbid curiosity. It can be the cause of traffic jams (sometimes referred to as “Gapers’ blocks”), as drivers slow down to see what happened.
Forget swine flu. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), road accidents will be the real “epidemic” to tackle by the year 2030 since they will be the fifth largest killers of people. There is shocking data that the root cause of 16-20 per cent of car crashes are due to rubber necking, or slowing down to gawk at another accident.
Even if involved in an accident, get out of the car and into a safe location, for fear of other Rubber Neckers who may cause additional damage.  
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