in whatever order is easier. When more than two vehicles are involved in an accident and continuation
forms are used, the drivers and occupants should be listed on the same form as their respective
d. Check the following:
(1) Time of accident. (Use military time as 1015.) This is the actual time of the accident, not
the time it was reported nor the time the investigation began.
(2) Location. The route number/name of the highway or street, road, alley, etc. If the accident
did not occur in an intersection, enter the nearest intersecting street or landmark.
(3) Type of accident. Mark an "X" in the box which best describes the incident. Enter the total
number of vehicles. Indicate the number killed/injured. Mark the "Property damage only" block if there
were no fatalities or injuries.
(4) Information about:
(a) Vehicle. Enter the USA registration number if it is a military vehicle. If the vehicle is
civilian, enter the state license plate number and make of vehicle (Dodge, etc.). Describe the model
and style of vehicle (Malibu, etc.).
(b) Driver. Name, rank, sex, social security number, organization/unit, and license
number. If there was no driver in the vehicle at the time of the accident, enter "No Driver" in the name
block. If dependent, enter name followed by dependency status and abbreviate unit of sponsor, (d/wife
of SFC Harry N. Jones, B/MP SCH).
(c) Occupants. List name, rank, SSN. Use unit address for all military personnel. Enter
name, SSN, dependency status, and abbreviated unit of sponsor for dependents. Indicate which
vehicle the occupant was in.
(d) Pedestrians. Name and address of any involved in the accident. The information is
written in the same manner as an "Occupant." Describe exactly what he was doing at the time of the