Alcohol related crashes cost the public
63% of the children up to age 15 who were killed in motor vehicle crashes were killed in alcohol-related crashes. true or fales?
More then 17,000 victims are killed or injured in alcohol related car accidents. Over 60% of all car crashes are due to alcohol.
About 60% of teenagers get killed by alcohol related accidents.
One person is killed every half-hour due to drunk drivingEach year approximately 16,000 are killed in alcohol related crashesAlcohol is a factor in almost half of all traffic fatalitiesEvery other minute a person is seriously injured in an alcohol related crash
250,000 people have died in alcohol related accidents in the past 10 years.Presently 25,000 people are killed each year in alcohol related accidents.500 people are killed each week in alcohol related accidents.71 people are killed each day in alcohol related accidents.One American life is lost every 20 minutes in alcohol related auto crashes.It is estimated that one out of every two Americans will be involved in an alcohol related accident in his or her lifetime.In 1994, New Hampshire had 119 total highway fatalities, 42 were alcohol related (or 35.3% of the total). New Hampshire leads the nation with one of the lowest percentages of alcohol related fatalities.
On average someone is killed by a drunk driver every 40 minutes. In 2007, an estimated 12,998 people died in drunk driving related crashes.
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16,653 people were killed in alcohol-related accidents in 2000.
In 2012, 19,578 people were killed in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes. These alcohol-impaired driving fatalities accounted for 31 percent of the total motor vehicle traffic fatalities in the United States.
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In 2007, 12,998 people were killed in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes. These alcohol-impaired-driving fatalities accounted for 32 percent of the total motor vehicle traffic fatalities in the United States. (US Department of Transportation)
One person is killed in alcohol related collisions after every thirty minutes. These are the statistics of the United States.
about 1.5 MILLION children & infants were killed during the holocaust.
In 1998, 15,935 people were killed in alcohol-related traffic crashes, an average of one every 33 minutes. These deaths constituted approximately 38.4% of the total 41,471 total traffic fatalities. (NHTSA, 1999)
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He died in Kenya in a car crash in 1982. He had several previous crashes, due in part to a long-time problem with alcohol. But this crash, his third, was the one that killed him.
In 2011, 9,878 people were killed in alcohol related automobile incidences. This accounts for 31 percent of all automobile related fatalities in the U. S.
Each year approximately 16000 are killed in alcohol related crashes ... Over 40% of fatal automobile accidents are alcohol-related ... Many people believe that New Year's Eve is the night when the most drunken driving ... Many instances of drunk driving accidents could have been prevented by someone interfering
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Alcohol Impaired Driving StatisticsTotal Fatalities / Fatality Rates250,000 people have died in alcohol related accidents in the past 10 years.Presently 25,000 people are killed each year in alcohol related accidents.500 people are killed each week in alcohol related accidents.71 people are killed each day in alcohol related accidents.One American life is lost every 20 minutes in alcohol related auto crashes.It is estimated that one out of every two Americans will be involved in an alcohol related accident in his or her lifetime.In 1994, New Hampshire had 119 total highway fatalities, 42 were alcohol related (or 35.3% of the total). New Hampshire leads the nation with one of the lowest percentages of alcohol related fatalities.Cause of DeathAlcohol related crashes are the leading cause of death for young Americans, between the ages of 16 and 24 years old.For all Americans between 5 and 35 years of age, motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of death. Over 50% of these accidents are caused by alcohol impaired drivers.Recent Alcohol-InvolvementOver 50% of all fatal highway crashes involving two or more cars are alcohol related.Over 65% of all fatal single car crashes are alcohol related.Over 36% percent of all adult pedestrian accidents are alcohol related.80% of all fatal alcohol related auto crashes occur between 8 pm and 8 am.36% of all adult pedestrian accidents involve an intoxicated pedestrian.Injury Crashes / CollisionsEvery year, 708,000 persons are injured in alcohol related crashes; 74, 000 of those people suffer serious injuries.About 2,000 people are hurt each day in alcohol related accidents.Two million alcohol impaired driving collisions occur each year.Arrest / Characteristics of Alcohol Impaired DriversOf every 200 to 2,000 alcohol impaired drivers on the road, only one is arrested. Therefore, the probability of getting caught is slim. Of those who are caught, very few receive a serious penalty.The average alcohol impaired driver arrested on the highway has a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .20%, double the level for presumed intoxication in most states; that is 14 drinks of 86% proof liquor (or 14 beers) in 4 hours for a 180 lb. man.Between 7 pm and 3 am on weekends, 10% of all drivers are legally impaired, in some parts of the country.Most Americans drink alcohol. Over 80% admit to driving after drinking.Relatively few problem drinkers, about 7% of the driving population, account for over 66% of all alcohol related fatal accidents.When drinkers are at the presumed level of intoxication, the risk of causing an accident is six times greater than for non-drinking drivers.YouthAlthough persons between 16 and 24 years old comprise only 20% of the total licensed population, and 20% of the total vehicle miles traveled in this country by all licensed drivers, they cause 42 percent of all fatal atcohol related crashes.Economic / Societal CostAccording to a recent Allstate Insurance Company study, alcohol impaired drivers are estimated to cost American taxpayers $21 - $24 billion dollars per year.National Geographic recently stated that alcohol abuse costs American society $136 billion and 65,000 lives annually.MiscellaneousAdmittedly, the United States has one of the safest highway systems in the world, due in part to design characteristics, guard rails, highway markings and signs. We have relatively few fatalities per 100-million miles driven. But the portion of our accidents involving alcohol is among the highest in the world.An accident by an alcohol impaired driver is the most frequently committed violent crime in the United States today.Other alcohol-related statistics show the involvement of alcohol in many non-driving aspects:40% of all suicide attempts are alcohol-related54% of all violent crimes are alcohol-related60% of all emergency room admissions are alcohol-related80% of all domestic disputes are alcohol-relatedFrom statistics complied by the U. S. Dept. of Transportation and the N. H. Department of Safety.
The latest data released by the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) for 2009 shows that the total number of people killed in vehicle crashes is 33,808, 10,839 of those deaths were from alcohol related accidents. The NHTSA has not yet released the 2010 results for alcohol related accidents, but they have released preliminary figures for total accident deaths of 32,788, a decrease from 2009.