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1\begin{table}
2\label{table:collapse}
3\caption{Framed residential building collapse probability. $h$ is the
4inundation height (m) above ground where the ground floor height of 0.3m is
5assumed.}
6\begin{center}
7\begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|l|l|l|}\hline
8Building Location & 
9$h$<1.0 &1.0<$h$<2.0&   2.0<$h$<3.0     &3.0<$h$<5.0    &$h$>5.0 \\ \hline
10First 2 Rows
11(1st block)     &0.05   &0.6    &0.8    &0.95   &0.99 \\ \hline
12Second 2 Rows (2nd block)       &0.02   &0.3    &0.4    &0.7    &0.9 \\ \hline
13Third 2 Rows
14(3rd block)     &0.01   &0.1    &0.25   &0.5    &0.65 \\ \hline
15Beyond 3rd block        &0.0    &0.05   &0.15   &0.3    &0.45 \\ \hline
16\end{tabular}
17\end{center}
18\end{table}
19
20\begin{table}
21\label{table:casualty} 
22\caption{Mortality and injury state probability}
23\begin{center}
24\begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|l|l|l|l|}\hline
25Hazard Exposure &       & Unharmed      &Minor
26        &Moderate       &Serious        &Death \\ \hline
27Collapse        &<1.0   &0.3    &0.28   &0.08   &0.04   &0.30 \\ \hline
28        &>1.0   &0.01   &0.028  &0.008  &0.004  &0.95 \\ \hline
29No Collapse – 1st 3 blocks      &<1.0   &0.35   &0.40   &0.1    &0.05   &0.10
30\\ \hline
31        &>1.0   &0.1    &0.28   &0.08   &0.04   &0.50 \\ \hline
32No Collapse - Elsewhere &<1.0   &0.4    &0.4    &0.1    &0.05   &0.05 \\ \hline
33        &>1.0   &0.12   &0.33   &0.1    &0.05   &0.40 \\ \hline
34\end{tabular}
35\end{center}
36\end{table}
37
38\begin{table}
39\label{table:injury}
40\caption{Injury level classifications}
41\begin{center}
42\begin{tabular*}{\textwidth}{|l|p{.695\textwidth}|}\hline
43Injury Severity Level   &Injury Description \\ \hline
44Minor Injury
45Severity 1      &Injuries requiring basic medical aid without requiring
46hospitalisation.
47These types of injuries would require bandages or observation.
48Some examples are: a sprain, a severe cut requiring stitches,
49a  bump on the head without loss of consciousness. \\ \hline
50Moderate Injury
51Severity 2      &Injuries requiring a greater degree of
52medical care and use of medical technology such as x-rays or surgery,
53but not expected to progress to a life threatening status.
54Some examples are: a bump on the head that causes loss of consciousness,
55fractured bone, dehydration or exposure. \\ \hline
56Severe Injury
57Severity 3      &Injuries that pose an immediate life threatening
58condition if not treated adequately and expeditiously. Some examples are:
59uncontrolled bleeding, punctured organ, other internal injuries,
60spinal column injuries, or crush syndrome. \\ \hline
61Fatal
62Severity 4      &Instantaneously killed or mortally injured, \\ \hline
63\end{tabular*}
64\end{center}
65\end{table}
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