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    #1

    use of 'injure' and 'injury'

    Is 'to injure' and 'injury' used in relation to living creatures?
    Am I correct that a sentence "Doing so may result in vehicle damage or serious injury." means that "it may damage your car and cause serious injuries to people".

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    #2

    Re: use of 'injure' and 'injury'

    Ex: "Doing so may result in vehicle damage or serious injury (to your body)."

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