Healthy People 2010 - With Annotations
Injury and Violence Prevention
Lead Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Reduce injuries, disabilities, and deaths due to unintentional injuries and violence.
15-17. Reduce nonfatal injuries caused by motor vehicle crashes.
Target: 1,000 nonfatal injuries per 100,000 population.
Baseline: 1,270 nonfatal injuries per 100,000 population were caused by motor vehicle crashes in 1997.
Target setting method: 21 percent improvement. (Better than the best will be used when data are available.)
Data source: General Estimates System (GES), DOT, NHTSA.
|Total Population, 1997
||Nonfatal Motor Vehicle Crash Injuries
Rate per 100,000
|Persons aged 16 to 20 years
|Persons aged 21 to 24 years
Data for other population groups currently are either
not collected or not analyzed.
Rev. 20-Aug-2001 at 06:51 hours.