U.S. traffic crashes - Pedestrian fatalities 2009, by age and gender

The statistic displays numbers of pedestrian fatalities in U.S. traffic crashes in 2009, sorted by age and gender. In that year, 390 male 25-to-34 year-olds were killed in traffic crashes, compared to 149 female fatalities in the same age group.

Pedestrian fatalities in U.S. traffic crashes in 2009, by age group and gender

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Release date

2010

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

Supplementary notes

Pedestrians are defined as any person on foot, walking, running, jogging, hiking, sitting or lying down who are involved in a motor vehicle traffic crash.A traffic crash is an incident that involves one or more vehicles where at least one vehicle is in-transport and the crash originates on a public traffic way.

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