ニュースの中での Injury

コロケーションの例

ankle injury 足首の怪我
back injury 背中の怪我
due to injury 怪我のため
knee injury 膝の怪我
shoulder injury 肩の怪我

出版物および例文

The New York Times
· He Died at War. The Pandemic Gave Me Time to Grieve.  
It took upward of six hours for backup forces to recover him, my sweet man, and they sustained multiple injuries themselves.
The Age
· Jack Steven returns to Cats training  
The details surrounding Steven's injuries remain unknown and a police investigation into his stabbing is continuing.
The Age
· No footy, no worries: 'Big Freeze' confirmed for Queen's Birthday  
His promising playing career with Essendon was cruelled by serious knee injuries, which restricted him to just 82 games in 12 years.
FRANCE 24
· New Zealand PM unruffled as quake hits mid-interview  
St John Ambulance and New Zealand Police both said there were no initial reports of injuries or damage.
Malay Mail
· Sweet-toothed Werner bags hat-trick as Leipzig trounce Mainz  
Cordova came off the bench to score in injury time, latching onto a loose pass from Sane, rounding goalkeeper Markus Schubert and firing into an empty net.
The China Post
· New Zealand leader carries on with TV interview during quake  
But there were no reports of major damage or injuries.
Japan Today
· After watching son graduate, Kentucky couple killed in traffic accident  
Dalton Barnett, 18, and his brother, Michael Barnett, 26, were passengers in the car and were taken to the University of Kentucky Hospital for treatment of their injuries, state police said.
The China Post
· Minivan crashes into Florida liquor store, injuring 3 people  
They were both taken to the hospital along with the driver, but none of the injuries appear to be life-threatening.
The Age
· Roosters co-captain Friend wants to continue into 2021  
Injuries have limited the three-time premiership winner to just five games in the last 13 months.
The Age
· Two boys die, teens in hospital after 4WD rolls on dirt road  
The driver and a passenger, both 16, were taken to Roma Hospital with serious injuries.