2013 OREGON TRAFFIC CRASH SUMMARY

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1 TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 0 OREGON TRAFFIC CRASH SUMMARY Published by Transportation Data Section Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit October 0 OREGON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

2 0 OREGON TRAFFIC CRASH SUMMARY Oregon Department of Transportation Transportation Development Division Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit th Street NE, Suite Salem, OR 0- Robin Ness Manager October 0 The Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit collects data and publishes statistics for reported motor vehicle traffic crashes per ORS 0.00() and 0.0(). The data supports various local, county, and state traffic safety programs; engineering and planning projects; legislative concepts; and law enforcement services. Legally reportable motor vehicle traffic crashes are those involving death, bodily injury, or damage to personal property in excess of $00 (for crashes that occurred prior to /0/) or $,000 (for crashes that occurred between /0/ and //00). As of January, 00, drivers are required to file an Accident and Insurance Report Form with DMV within hours when: if injury or death resulted from the accident; damage to the driver's vehicle is over $,00; damage to any vehicle is over $,00 and any vehicle is towed from the scene as a result of said damage; or damage to any one person s property, other than a vehicle involved in the accident, is over $,00. For more information on filing requirements, please contact DMV. Disclaimers: The Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit is committed to providing the highest quality crash data to customers. However, because submittal of crash report forms is the responsibility of the individual driver, the Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit cannot guarantee that all qualifying crashes are represented; nor can assurances be made that all details pertaining to a single crash are accurate. Higher numbers of crashes may be reported as of 0, compared to earlier years. This does not necessarily reflect an increase in annual crashes. Higher numbers may result from a change to an internal process that allows the Crash Analysis and Reporting Unit to add previously unavailable, nonfatal crash reports to the annual file. Please be aware of this change when comparing pre-0 crash statistics. Database expansion and refinement implemented in 00 may result in slight differences between data reported in this publication and similar information reported in year prior to 00.

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4 T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S I. FIVE-YEAR CRASH TABLES Page Statewide, Injuries and Deaths by Month, Statewide, Injuries and Deaths by Selected Crash Type, City of Portland, Injuries and Deaths by Month, II. III. DRIVER ERROR TABLES Drivers... Drivers in... 0 Drivers in Motorcycle... Drivers in Motorcycle... Drivers in Motorhome... Drivers in Motorhome... Drivers in Pedalcycle... Drivers in Pedalcycle... Drivers in Pedestrian... Drivers in Pedestrian... Drivers in State Highway... Drivers in State Highway... 0 Drivers in Truck... Drivers in Truck... CRASH SUMMARIES A. Statewide Crash Summaries State of Oregon.... in Rural Areas.... in Cities and Urban Areas.... in Cities except Portland.... in Portland.... B. Crash Summaries State of Oregon... in Oregon Rural Areas.... in Cities and Urban Areas.... in Cities except Portland.... in Portland... C. Motorcycle Crash Summaries State of Oregon Motorcycle... Motorcycle in Oregon Rural Areas.... Motorcycle in Cities and Urban Areas.... iii

5 T A B L E OF C O N T E N T S Motorcycle in Cities except Portland... Motorcycle in Portland... D. Motor Home Crash Summaries State of Oregon Motor Home... Motor Home in Oregon Rural Areas.... Motor Home in Cities and Urban Areas... Motor Home in Cities except Portland.... Motor Home in Portland... E. Pedalcycle Crash Summaries State of Oregon Pedalcycle... Pedalcycle in Oregon Rural Areas.... Pedalcycle in Cities and Urban Areas.... Pedalcycle in Cities except Portland.... Pedalcycle in Portland... F. Pedestrian Crash Summaries State of Oregon Pedestrian... Pedestrian in Oregon Rural Areas.... Pedestrian in Cities and Urban Areas... Pedestrian in Cities except Portland... Pedestrian in Portland... G. State Highway Crash Summaries State of Oregon Highway... State Highway in Oregon Rural Areas.... State Highway in Cities and Urban Areas... 0 State Highway in Cities except Portland... 0 State Highway in Portland... 0 H. Truck Crash Summaries State of Oregon Truck... 0 Truck in Oregon Rural Areas... Truck in Cities and Urban Areas... Truck in Cities except Portland... Truck in Portland... IV. Crash Summaries for Oregon Cities with Population 0,000 or more Albany... Ashland... iv

6 T A B L E OF C O N T E N T S Beaverton... Bend... Canby... Central Point... Coos Bay... Cornelius... Corvallis... Dallas... Damascus... Eugene... Forest Grove... Gladstone... Grants Pass... Gresham... Happy Valley... Hermiston... Hillsboro... Keizer... Klamath Falls... La Grande... Lake Oswego... Lebanon... McMinnville... Medford... Milwaukie... Newberg... Newport... Ontario... Oregon City... Pendleton... Portland... Redmond... Roseburg... Salem... Sherwood... Springfield... St. Helens... The Dalles... Tigard... 0 Troutdale... 0 Tualatin... 0 West Linn... 0 Wilsonville... 0 v

7 T A B L E OF C O N T E N T S Woodburn... V. Crash Summaries for Oregon Counties Oregon Traffic, Deaths and Injuries, by County... Baker... Benton... Clackamas... Clatsop... Columbia... Coos... Crook... Curry... Deschutes... Douglas... Gilliam... Grant... Harney... Hood River... Jackson... Jefferson... Josephine... Klamath... Lake... Lane... Lincoln... Linn... Malheur... Marion... Morrow... Multnomah... Polk... Sherman... Tillamook... Umatilla... Union... Wallowa... Wasco... Washington... Wheeler... Yamhill... vi

8 Five- Crash Tables

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10 STATEWIDE CRASHES BY MONTH AND YEAR COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF OREGON TRAFFIC CRASHES, PERSONAL INJURIES AND DEATHS 00 TO 0 CRASHES* INJURIES* DEATHS* MONTH JANUARY,0,,,0,0,,,,, FEBRUARY,0,,,,,,,,, 0 MARCH,,,,,,00,,0,, APRIL,,,,,,,,,, 0 MAY,0,0,,,,,,,, JUNE,,,,,0,,,,, JULY,00,,0,,,0,0,0,, AUGUST,0,,,,0,,0,0,, 0 SEPTEMBER,,,,00,,,0,,00,0 OCTOBER,,,,,,,,0,, NOVEMBER,,,,,,,,,, 0 DECEMBER,0,,0,0,00,,,,, 0 TOTALS,,0,0,,0, 0,,0,0, * Data for prior years may be revised from previously published figures, due to updates that were received after publication deadlines.

11 STATEWIDE CRASHES BY TYPE COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF TRAFFIC CRASHES, PERSONAL INJURIES AND DEATHS BY SELECTED CRASH TYPE 00 to 0 This table lists major crash categories, total crashes for each category, and total injuries and deaths for all persons involved regardless of Participant Type. For example, in 0, there were,0 crashes involving motorcycles, in which,0 persons were injured and persons were killed. Not all casualties in those crashes were motorcyclists. CRASHES* INJURIES* DEATHS* CRASH TYPE FATAL MOTORCYCLE,,0,,0 PEDAL-CYCLE 0 0,0,0 0 PEDESTRIAN STATE HIGHWAY,,0,0,,,0,0,,, 0 TRUCK,,,,0,0,0,,00 0 SUMMARY OF PERSONAL INJURIES AND DEATHS BY SELECTED PARTICIPANT TYPE 00 to 0 This table lists Participant Types corresponding to several major crash categories listed above, and the total injuries and deaths for those Participant Types. For example, of the,0 participants injured in Motorcycle crashes during 0 (above), were motorcyclists. Of the deaths in motorcycle crashes, were motorcyclists. INJURIES* DEATHS* PARTICIPANT TYPE MOTORCYCLISTS,0 PEDAL-CYCLISTS,0 0 PEDESTRIANS 0 * Data for prior years may be revised from previously published figures, due to updates that were received after publication deadlines.

12 CITY OF PORTLAND CRASHES BY MONTH AND YEAR COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF TRAFFIC CRASHES, PERSONAL INJURIES AND DEATHS 00 TO 0 CRASHES* INJURIES* DEATHS* MONTH JANUARY 0 0 FEBRUARY 0 MARCH 0 APRIL MAY,0,00 0 JUNE 0 0 JULY 0,00 AUGUST, SEPTEMBER OCTOBER,0,0 NOVEMBER,0,0 0 DECEMBER,0, TOTALS,0 0,,,,,,,,,0 0 * Data for prior years may be revised from previously published figures, due to updates that were received after publication deadlines.

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14 Driver Error Tables

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16 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES ALL DRIVERS Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND, EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH,.0 0,,,, OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL, WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING. 0 0 IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE,. 0 0 IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W,. 0,0 0,0 FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST 0. 0 FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN 0. 0 FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF, LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE. 0 0 TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING, DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH, FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE, FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY, IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION, OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR. 0 0 OVER-CORRECTING 0. 0 OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD,. RECKLESS DRIVING,. 0 STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS:, ,0,,,,,0,0,,,0,,00, NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR,. 0,0,,,,,0,0,,,0,,00, WITH NO ERROR,. 00,0,0,,0,,0,, TOTAL DRIVERS, 00.0,0,,0,0,0,,0,,,,0,, CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC,.0,0. 0.,0.,. 0.. CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC ,.. 0.

17 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES DRIVERS IN FATAL CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

18 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES ALL DRIVERS IN MOTORCYCLE CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS, CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

19 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES DRIVERS IN FATAL MOTORCYCLE CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

20 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES ALL DRIVERS IN MOTOR HOME CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

21 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES DRIVERS IN FATAL MOTOR HOME CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

22 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES ALL DRIVERS IN PEDALCYCLE CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST. 0 FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

23 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES DRIVERS IN FATAL PEDALCYCLE CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

24 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES ALL DRIVERS IN PEDESTRIAN CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

25 NOTE: MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC CRASHES 0 DRIVER ERROR TABLES DRIVERS IN FATAL PEDESTRIAN CRASHES Up to three errors per driver are coded for a given crash. However, only the first, most relevant error per driver is represented on this report, to avoid counting the same driver multiple times. This results in under-reporting of total errors. For total errors by age group, please request a CDS00 report. TYPE OF ERROR # OF % DRIVER ERR COUNT OF DRIVERS BY AGE GROUP < NS BASIC RULE ERRORS: DRIVING TOO FAST FOR COND EXCEEDING POSTED SPEED IMPEDING TRAFFIC SPEED RACING DISREGARDED SIGNS / SIGNALS: EMERG VEH,SIREN,WARNING FAIL TO AVOID STOPPED VEH OTHER DRIVER'S SIGNAL POLICE OFFICER OR FLAGMAN RR SIGNAL, SIGN, FLAGMAN STOP SIGN OR FLASHING RED TRAFFIC SIGNAL WARN SIGN, FLARES, AMBER IMPROPER MANEUVERS: IMP BACKING, NOT PARKING IMP CHANGE OF TRAFFIC LANE IMP SIGNAL / FAIL TO SIGNAL IMP START FR PARK POSITION IMP START FR STOP POSITION IMP STOP IN TRAFFIC LANE IMPROPERLY PARKED OTHER IMP PARKG MANEUVER PASSING ERRORS: AT INTERSECTION CUTTING IN IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAF IN NO-PASS ZONE ON CREST OF HILL ON CURVE ON TANGENT - UNSAFE COND ON WRONG SIDE PASS VEH STOPPED FOR PED RIGHT-OF-WAY ERRORS: DID NOT HAVE R-O-W FAIL YIELD TO PEDALCYCLIST FAIL YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN TURNING MANEUVERS: CUT CORNER ON TURN FAIL OBEY MANDATORY SIG LEFT TURN - ONCOMING TRAF LEFT TURN PROHIBITED TURNED FROM WRONG LANE TURNED INTO WRONG LANE U-TURNED ILLEGALLY WIDE TURN MISCELLANEOUS ERRORS: CARELESS DRIVING DRIVER MISJUDG CLEARANCE DRV ON WRONG SIDE OF RD DRV THRU SAFETY ZN, ISLAND DRV UNSAFE VEH ELUDING FAIL DECR SPD FOR SLOW VEH FAIL TO MAINTAIN LANE FAIL TO STOP FOR SCHL BUS FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY IMP / NO LIGHTS - MOVING VEH INATTENTION OPEN DOOR ADJ TRAFFIC LN OTHER ERROR OVER-CORRECTING OVERLOADING / IMP LOAD VEH RAN OFF ROAD RECKLESS DRIVING STRADDLING/DRV WRONG LN WRONG WAY ON ONE-WAY ST TOTAL DRIVERS WITH ERRORS: NUMBER OF DRIVERS: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR TOTAL DRIVERS CRASHES INVOLVING DRIVER: HAD BEEN DRINKING SICK, SLEEPY, DISTRACTED USING CELL PHONE STOP IN TRAF - EXCEPT FOR LEFT TURN DID NOT YIELD RIGHT-OF-WAY CRASHES INVOLVING PEDESTRIAN: WITH ERROR WITH NO ERROR OTHER CONTRIBUTING CIRCUMSTANCES # OF %OF ACC ACC CRASHES INVOLVING VEHICLES WITH: INADEQUATE OR NO BRAKES MECHANICAL OR TIRE DEFECT TOWING TRAILER MISCELLANEOUS CRASHES LIVESTOCK INVOLVED WILD ANIMAL INVOLVED POOR VISIBILITY, BLINDED JUMPED, FELL, EJECTED FROM VEH # OF %OF ACC ACC

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