terms searched: air bag impact, air bag deployment, air bag injuries on impact, collision injuries air bag
Articles found via Google: An abstract on fracture patterns due to impact, Assessing Air Bag Injuries, Air Bag Injuries.
Unfortunately, most of what I found involved wrongful death, litigation, or injuries to people who were unrestrained or to infants and children.
None of these had exactly the information I needed. Where, for instance, exactly are the fractures located? What do they look like? What kind of abrasions and in what locations? What is the likelihood of chemical burns, where would they be located, and how would you know if deep tissue had died (as mentioned in one of the articles)? What bones are most likely to break?
There's only one other qualification: it can't leave a scar and it can't leave her permanently disabled. It's all right for her to be out of commission for quite a while; in fact, I'd prefer it.