Automobile accident mortality compared to general mortality
Asked by: hegwer2-ga
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01 Oct 2004 12:01 PDT
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I would like to see what part the people dying are due to being in an automobile accident either for California or the USA whichever is easier.
Re: Automobile accident mortality compared to general mortality
Answered By: tar_heel_v-ga on 01 Oct 2004 12:48 PDT
hegwer2.. According to the National Center for Statistics, in 2003, there were 42,643 fatalites that involved motor vehicle traffic crashes. Of these fatalities, roughly 5,511 were pedestrians or bicyclists. This worked out to 14.66 fatalities per 100,000 population. In 2003, the population of the United States was estimated at 293,027,571. The death rate was 8.34 deaths per 1,000 population, or 8,340 deaths per 100,000. So, using these numbers, 1.7 of every 1,000 deaths in the United States is related to an autombile related fatality. Thanks for your question. If you need any additional information, please let me know. Regards, -THV Search Strategy: automobile fatality rate References: Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS)Web-Based Encyclopedia http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/ CIA - The World Factbook -- United States http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/us.html
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Liked the conciseness and the precision of the answer very much. For the analyst: As an ancient engineer from Missouri (Class of '49), where our favorite team hasn't won a football game in living memory, I can only remark that the 'Ramblin' Wrecks' surely must do better, eh? email@example.com
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