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Pedestrians Killed, by Age and Location - State : USA, Year : 2018

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Age (Years) Location Total
Intersection Nonintersection Other/Unknown
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
< 5 7 11.1 41 65.1 15 23.8 63 100.0
5 - 9 5 8.6 43 74.1 10 17.2 58 100.0
10 - 15 12 15.2 50 63.3 17 21.5 79 100.0
16 - 20 43 15.3 208 74.0 30 10.7 281 100.0
21 - 24 37 10.3 277 77.4 44 12.3 358 100.0
25 - 34 91 9.4 754 78.0 122 12.6 967 100.0
35 - 44 98 10.6 713 77.2 113 12.2 924 100.0
45 - 54 160 15.4 746 71.9 132 12.7 1,038 100.0
55 - 64 195 16.7 840 72.0 131 11.2 1,166 100.0
65 - 74 171 25.3 445 65.8 60 8.9 676 100.0
> 74 185 30.9 357 59.6 57 9.5 599 100.0
Unknown 13 17.6 49 66.2 12 16.2 74 100.0
Total 1,017 16.2 4,523 72.0 743 11.8 6,283 100.0

Pedestrians Killed, by Time of Day and Day of Week - State : USA, Year : 2018

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Time of Day Day of Week Total
Weekday Weekend Unknown
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Midnight to 2:59 a.m. 322 8.8 441 17.0 0 0.0 763 12.1
3 a.m. to 5:59 a.m. 336 9.1 338 13.0 0 0.0 674 10.7
6 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 445 12.1 99 3.8 0 0.0 544 8.7
9 a.m. to 11:59 a.m. 225 6.1 68 2.6 0 0.0 293 4.7
Noon to 2:59 p.m. 254 6.9 66 2.5 0 0.0 320 5.1
3 p.m. to 5:59 p.m. 395 10.7 133 5.1 0 0.0 528 8.4
6 p.m. to 8:59 p.m. 905 24.6 706 27.2 0 0.0 1,611 25.6
9 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. 783 21.3 729 28.1 0 0.0 1,512 24.1
Unknown 11 0.3 14 0.5 13 100.0 38 0.6
Total 3,676 100.0 2,594 100.0 13 100.0 6,283 100.0

Pedestrians Killed in Single Vehicle Crashes, by Vehicle Type and Initial Point of Impact - State : USA, Year : 2018

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Vehicle Type Initial Point of Impact Total
Front Right Side Left Side Rear Other/Unknown
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Passenger Car 2,070 91.4 52 2.3 35 1.5 16 0.7 91 4.0 2,264 100.0
Light Truck 2,022 89.9 64 2.8 30 1.3 34 1.5 100 4.4 2,250 100.0
Large Truck 246 77.1 20 6.3 5 1.6 21 6.6 27 8.5 319 100.0
Bus 31 70.5 3 6.8 3 6.8 0 0.0 7 15.9 44 100.0
Other/Unknown Vehicle 263 47.6 4 0.7 4 0.7 2 0.4 279 50.5 552 100.0
Total 4,632 85.3 143 2.6 77 1.4 73 1.3 504 9.3 5,429 100.0
Note: Data year 2018 and above - Pedestrians Killed in Single Vehicle Where the First Harmful Event Was Collision With a Pedestrian

Pedestrians Killed, by Related Factors - State : USA, Year : 2018

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FactorsNumber Percent
Failure to yield right of way2,83745.2
Improper crossing of roadway or intersection1,25319.9
In roadway improperly (standing, lying, working, playing)92214.7
Not visible (dark clothing, no lighting, etc.)85613.6
Under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medication6059.6
Darting or running into road5779.2
Failure to obey traffic signs, signals, or officer2784.4
Inattentive (talking, eating, etc.)1252.0
Physical impairment1252.0
Traveling on Prohibited Trafficways1041.7
Wrong-way walking761.2
Entering/exiting parked/standing vehicle420.7
Emotional (e.g. depression, angry, disturbed)360.6
Ill, blackout140.2
Portable Electronic Devices70.1
Vision obscured (by rain, snow, parked vehicle, sign, etc.)70.1
Asleep or fatigued40.1
Non-Motorist pushing vehicle30.0
Other factors1883.0
None Reported5038.0
Unknown1,12317.9
Total6,283100.0
Note: The sum of the numbers and percentages is greater than total pedestrians killed as more than one factor may be present for the same pedestrian.