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FATALITY ANALYSIS REPORTING SYSTEM (FARS) ENCYCLOPEDIA
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2016 data based on FARS data publication, 1st release
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Pedestrians Killed, by Age and Location - State : USA, Year : 2016

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Age (Years) Location Total
Intersection Nonintersection Other/Unknown
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
< 5 11 14.5 48 63.2 17 22.4 76 100.0
5 - 9 5 7.4 53 77.9 10 14.7 68 100.0
10 - 15 32 23.4 85 62.0 20 14.6 137 100.0
16 - 20 45 14.7 208 67.8 54 17.6 307 100.0
21 - 24 50 13.6 271 73.4 48 13.0 369 100.0
25 - 34 105 11.9 674 76.3 104 11.8 883 100.0
35 - 44 78 9.6 629 77.1 109 13.4 816 100.0
45 - 54 168 16.0 762 72.5 121 11.5 1,051 100.0
55 - 64 221 21.0 721 68.4 112 10.6 1,054 100.0
65 - 74 155 25.0 395 63.8 69 11.1 619 100.0
> 74 167 31.0 313 58.1 59 10.9 539 100.0
Unknown 15 22.1 46 67.6 7 10.3 68 100.0
Total 1,052 17.6 4,205 70.2 730 12.2 5,987 100.0

Pedestrians Killed, by Time of Day and Day of Week - State : USA, Year : 2016

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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. 261 7.6 441 17.3 0 0.0 702 11.7
3 a.m. to 5:59 a.m. 309 9.0 334 13.1 0 0.0 643 10.7
6 a.m. to 8:59 a.m. 442 12.9 99 3.9 0 0.0 541 9.0
9 a.m. to 11:59 a.m. 218 6.3 63 2.5 0 0.0 281 4.7
Noon to 2:59 p.m. 220 6.4 78 3.1 0 0.0 298 5.0
3 p.m. to 5:59 p.m. 428 12.5 147 5.8 0 0.0 575 9.6
6 p.m. to 8:59 p.m. 849 24.7 680 26.7 0 0.0 1,529 25.5
9 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. 696 20.3 694 27.3 0 0.0 1,390 23.2
Unknown 11 0.3 7 0.3 10 100.0 28 0.5
Total 3,434 100.0 2,543 100.0 10 100.0 5,987 100.0

Pedestrians Killed in Single Vehicle Crashes, by Vehicle Type and Initial Point of Impact - State : USA, Year : 2016

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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 1,982 87.6 73 3.2 58 2.6 20 0.9 130 5.7 2,263 100.0
Light Truck 1,990 86.6 83 3.6 50 2.2 44 1.9 131 5.7 2,298 100.0
Large Truck 218 73.4 24 8.1 11 3.7 17 5.7 27 9.1 297 100.0
Bus 29 59.2 5 10.2 2 4.1 3 6.1 10 20.4 49 100.0
Other/Unknown Vehicle 272 50.3 8 1.5 1 0.2 4 0.7 256 47.3 541 100.0
Total 4,491 82.4 193 3.5 122 2.2 88 1.6 554 10.2 5,448 100.0

Pedestrians Killed, by Related Factors - State : USA, Year : 2016

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FactorsNumber Percent
Failure to yield right of way1,73328.9
Improper crossing of roadway or intersection1,14219.1
Not visible (dark clothing, no lighting, etc.)90615.1
In roadway improperly (standing, lying, working, playing)88014.7
Under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medication66411.1
Darting or running into road59910.0
Failure to obey traffic signs, signals, or officer2353.9
Inattentive (talking, eating, etc.)1141.9
Physical impairment1141.9
Traveling on Prohibited Trafficways941.6
Wrong-way walking901.5
Emotional (e.g. depression, angry, disturbed)440.7
Entering/exiting parked/standing vehicle400.7
Ill, blackout250.4
Vision obscured (by rain, snow, parked vehicle, sign, etc.)160.3
Non-Motorist pushing vehicle60.1
Portable Electronic Devices60.1
Asleep or fatigued20.0
Other factors1953.3
None Reported76712.8
Unknown95916.0
Total5,987100.0
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.