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    #1

    a man who was injured

    1 There was a man who was injured in the truck.

    Can't this sentence mean two things:

    a There was a man who got injured in the truck.
    b In the truck there was a man who was injured (an injured man)

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    Re: a man who was injured

    Indeed it can.

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