Information was obtained from motor-vehicle collision reports submitted to the Maine Department of Transportation (DOT) by state, county, and local police during 2000-2004 using a standard form.
As a result, motor-vehicle collisions involving moose are capable of causing substantial injury to vehicle occupants (3).
Characteristics associated with increased city safety-belt use included history of motor-vehicle collision (PR=1.
In 1992, the motor-vehicle collision fatality rate in Spain (4.
are the leading cause of death for young people between the ages of 15 and 20.
According to statistics compiled by the National Highway Transportation and Safety Association, which conducts the training sessions for the CHP, motor-vehicle collisions
account for 42 percent of all unintentional injury-related deaths to those age 14 and under; an average of seven children die every day in traffic crashes.
The underlying causes of TBI-related injuries were categorized as motor-vehicle collisions (E810-E825), falls (E880-E886 and E888), assaults (E960-E969), other (all other E-codes), or unspecified (E928.
The major external causes of AI/AN TBI hospitalizations were motor-vehicle collisions (24%), assaults (17%), and falls (16%).
are the leading cause of death among children aged 1-14 years (CDC, unpublished data, 2000).
During 1983-1992, a total of 5831 deaths in the United States were attributed to motor-vehicle collisions
However, other ME/Cs include deaths from circumstances such as motor-vehicle collisions
and stress-induced cardiovascular events in their definition of weather-related deaths.
involving animals can result in both personal injury and property damage.