Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Statistics: New York State Roadways and County of Crash
In 2014, 744,941 people were involved in crashes on New York's roadways. 102,000 of these people sought treatment at one of New York's emergency departments or hospitals. This resulted in almost $800 million in hospital charges.
Motor Vehicle Traffic Injuries
New York State Roadways - New York State Level Data
- Motor Vehicle Traffic Injuries, New York State Roadways, 2014
This factsheet gives an overview of the traffic-related injury problem on New York State roadways.
- Motor Vehicle Crashes in New York State, 2014, Hospitalization and Emergency Department Outcomes by Specific Age Groups and Gender
This table gives outcome data on crash victims treated at a hospital, including the associated hospitalization charges, average length of stay, and diagnosis of traumatic brain injury by age group.
- Motor Vehicle Crashes in New York State, 2014, Hospitalization and Emergency Department Visit Outcomes by Specific Age Groups
This table gives outcome data on those crash victims treated in outpatient emergency departments, including associated emergency department charges and diagnosis of traumatic brain injury by age group.
Overview of County Level Crash Statistics
This collection of county level data is based upon the county of crash. The data is derived from the Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System (CODES). CODES is a database that matches individual records from the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles Accident Information System to the NYS Department of Health emergency medical services (Pre-Hospital Care Reports) and Hospital Discharge databases. Please be advised that not all information may be available for all counties, as data based on frequencies of less than six are not reported to maintain the confidentiality of the crash victims.
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