Bilateral apical intercostal catheters. ETT and NGT appropriately positioned. Extensive air-space consolidation throughout the left lung and in the right perihilar and lower zones consistent with pulmonary contusion. Note the extensive air bronchograms in the left lung which confirms the opacity is due to alveolar consolidation rather than supine haemothorax, although both may co-exist. There is left chest wall subcutaneous emphysema. Relative lucency within a deepened left costophrenic recess (deep sulcus sign) indicating significant volume residual anterobasal pneumothorax. An oblique right clavicle shaft fracture is present.