Article: PDF OnlyCosio Michael Q.; Taylor, Gregg W.Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma: June 1992 - p 186-189 Buy Abstract SummarySoda pop vending machine tipping continues to be a dangerous behavior that can result in lethal or crippling injuries. This study analyzes 64 cases of injuries secondary to crushing by a soda machine. All were male victims except one. The average age was 19.8 years with a range of 5–39 years. Thirteen victims sustained multiple trauma. Fifteen victims were killed. Increased public awareness coupled with support by the government and private industry has contributed to a sharp reduction in incidence of accidents and improved public safety. © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.