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8,976 crashes found

BY THE NUMBERS

22,036
People were involved in crashes. 0.96% were pedestrians. 0.31% were bicyclists.
5,685
People who suffered some level of injury but were not killed.
41
People killed in crashes. 14.63% were pedestrians. 0.00% were bicyclists.
214
People who suffered major injuries. 14.02% were pedestrians. 3.27% were bicyclists.
16,975
Motorized vehicles involved in crashes. May include parked vehicles.
2.57%
Percentage of crashes that involved at least one hit-and-run vehicle.
62.89%
Percentage of crashes where aggressive driving* was a factor.
6.38%
Percentage of crashes that were alcohol related.
1.16%
Percentage of crashes that were drug related.
0.28%
Percentage of crashes involving an under-aged drinking driver.
All People Pedestrians Bicyclists
Involved in crashes 22,036 211 69
Fatalities 41 6 0
Major Injuries 214 30 7

VEHICLE TYPES

SPECIAL USAGE VEHICLES

Data Sources: PennDOT

PennDot compiles annual reports of reportable crashes in Pennsylvania. Crashes not defined as reportable will not appear. PennDot's website defines reportable crashes as :
"A reportable crash is one in which the incident occurs on a highway or traffic way that is open to the public and an injury or a fatality occurs, or at least one of the vehicles involved requires towing from the scene. The figures are compiled from the traffic crash reports that are submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation by state, county, municipal and other law enforcement agencies, as specified in the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code (75 Pa. C.S., Chapter 37, Subchapter C)."


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* Definitions

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) definition of Aggressive Driving is two or more driver actions considered aggressive.

Driver actions considered aggressive are the following:

  • Making Illegal U-Turn
  • Improper/Careless Turning
  • Turning From Wrong Lane
  • Proceeding W/O Clearance After Stop
  • Running Stop Sign
  • Running Red Light
  • Failure To Respond To Other Traffic Control Device
  • Tailgating
  • Sudden Slowing/Stopping
  • Careless Passing Or Lane Change
  • Passing In No Passing Zone
  • Making Improper Entrance To Highway
  • Making Improper Exit From Highway
  • Speeding
  • Driving Too Fast For Conditions
  • Driver Fleeing Police
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