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California
2010-2014

 
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Traffic Safety Performance (Core Outcome) Measures* For California
Core Outcome Measures Year
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Traffic Fatalities Total (C-1) 4,333 4,240 3,995 3,434 3,090 2,720 2,816 2,966 3,107 3,074
Rural 1,751 1,576 1,496 1,324 1,320 1,162 1,190 1,200 1,201 1,163
Urban 2,582 2,663 2,499 2,110 1,770 1,558 1,626 1,766 1,906 1,910
Unknown 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Fatalities Per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Driven Total (C-3) 1.32 1.29 1.22 1.05 0.95 0.84 0.88 0.91 0.94 0.92
Rural 2.80 2.60 2.46 2.26 2.27 2.00 2.11 2.09 2.32 2.22
Urban 0.97 1.00 0.93 0.79 0.66 0.59 0.61 0.66 0.69 0.68
Passenger Vehicle Occupant Fatalities
(All Seat Positions)
Total 2,897 2,762 2,601 2,023 1,922 1,590 1,558 1,623 1,657 1,618
Restrained 1,604 1,557 1,498 1,170 1,153 981 930 1,028 1,014 993
Unrestrained (C-4) 974 920 859 702 639 483 528 496 516 476
Unknown 319 285 244 151 130 126 100 99 127 149
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities (BAC=.08+)** (C-5) 1,298 1,272 1,132 1,025 924 774 774 829 883 882
Speeding-Related Fatalities (C-6) 1,473 1,404 1,472 1,141 1,089 925 898 954 992 991
Motorcyclist Fatalities Total (C-7) 469 506 518 560 394 352 415 447 463 519
Helmeted 401 430 440 486 342 324 385 409 417 488
Unhelmeted (C-8) 56 67 68 68 46 25 26 32 35 24
Unknown 12 9 10 6 6 3 4 6 11 7
Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes Total 5,769 5,774 5,522 4,710 4,193 3,654 3,781 3,965 4,222 4,225
Aged Under 15 8 8 5 4 2 5 1 1 3 0
Aged 15-20 737 719 604 523 429 331 326 329 355 380
Aged Under 21 (C-9) 745 727 609 527 431 336 327 330 358 380
Aged 21 and Over 4,836 4,867 4,746 4,048 3,652 3,188 3,316 3,511 3,708 3,689
Unknown Age 188 180 167 135 110 130 138 124 156 156
Pedestrian Fatalities (C-10) 742 719 650 620 567 601 633 653 734 697
Bicyclist and Other Cyclist Fatalities**** (C-11) 115 141 109 109 99 100 116 129 147 128
Observed Seat Belt Use*** (B-1) 93 93 95 96 95 96 97 96 97 97

*These Performance Measures Were Developed By The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) (See Publication: DOT HS 811 025)
**Based on the Highest BAC of a Driver or Motorcycle Rider Involved in the Crash
***California Data: State Survey
****On March 11th, 2014 GHSA and NHTSA agreed on bike fatalities as a newly required performance core measure
Fatality Rates: California , U.S. and Best State
Year Fatalities Total Vehicle Miles
Traveled (Millions)
Fatalities Per 100 Million
Vehicle Miles Traveled
Total Population Fatalities Per 100,000
Population
2010 California 2,720 322,849 0.84 37,336,011 7.29
US 32,999 2,967,266 1.11 309,347,057 10.67
Best State*     0.64   3.97
2011 California 2,816 320,784 0.88 37,701,901 7.47
US 32,479 2,950,402 1.10 311,721,632 10.42
Best State*     0.65   4.35
2012 California 2,966 326,272 0.91 38,062,780 7.79
US 33,782 2,969,433 1.14 314,112,078 10.75
Best State*     0.42   2.36
2013 California 3,107 329,534 0.94 38,431,393 8.08
US 32,894 2,988,280 1.10 316,497,531 10.39
Best State*     0.57   3.08
2014 California 3,074 332,857 0.92 38,802,500 7.92
US 32,675 3,025,656 1.08 318,857,056 10.25
Best State*     0.57   3.49

*State (or States) With Lowest Rates: Lowest VMT and Population Rates Could Be in Different States
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities**:
California , U.S. and Best State
Year Total Fatalities
in all Crashes
Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities (BAC
= .08+)
Number Percent Per 100 Million
VMT
2010 California 2,720 774 28 0.24
US 32,999 10,136 31 0.34
Best State*     18 0.17
2011 California 2,816 774 27 0.24
US 32,479 9,865 30 0.33
Best State*     17 0.16
2012 California 2,966 829 28 0.25
US 33,782 10,336 31 0.35
Best State*     15 0.08
2013 California 3,107 883 28 0.27
US 32,894 10,110 31 0.34
Best State*     17 0.14
2014 California 3,074 882 29 0.26
US 32,675 9,967 31 0.33
Best State*     20 0.13

*State (or States) With Lowest Percents: Lowest Percents Could Be in Different States
**Based on the Highest BAC of a Driver or Motorcycle Rider Involved in the Crash
       Fatalities per 100 Million VMT
 
Plot of STATE_TOT_RATE by YEAR

       Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatalities
       per 100 Million VMT
Plot of STATE_ALC_RATE by YEAR

Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Reporting Rates
For Drivers/Motorcycle Rider (Operators)
Involved in Fatal Crashes:
California , U.S. and Best State
Year Surviving Drivers/Motorcycle Rider Killed Drivers/Motorcycle Rider Total Drivers/Motorcycle Rider
Total With Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC) Results Reported to FARS
Total With Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC) Results Reported to FARS
Total With Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC) Results Reported to FARS
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
2010 California 2,195 615 28 1,459 1,344 92 3,654 1,959 54
US 23,527 7,927 34 21,072 16,405 78 44,599 24,332 55
Best State*     92     100     91
2011 California 2,287 651 28 1,494 1,333 89 3,781 1,984 52
US 23,025 7,484 33 20,815 15,846 76 43,840 23,330 53
Best State*     88     98     93
2012 California 2,387 668 28 1,578 1,392 88 3,965 2,060 52
US 24,174 7,569 31 21,490 16,097 75 45,664 23,666 52
Best State*     88     95     91
2013 California 2,616 684 26 1,606 1,439 90 4,222 2,123 50
US 23,860 6,975 29 20,944 15,662 75 44,804 22,637 51
Best State*     81     95     86
2014 California 2,573 666 26 1,652 1,296 78 4,225 1,962 46
US 23,818 6,368 27 20,765 14,800 71 44,583 21,168 47
Best State*     78     96     84

*State (or States) With Highest Percents: Highest Percents Could Be in Different States
Daytime Front Seat (Outboard Only) Passenger Vehicle Occupants, Aged 5 and Over, by Restraint Use:
Fatalities and Observed
California , U.S. and Best State
Year Fatalities - Restrained** Observed - Restrained***
Percent Percent
2010 California 79 96
US 59 85
Best State* 100 98
2011 California 76 97
US 59 84
Best State* 80 98
2012 California 77 96
US 58 86
Best State* 79 97
2013 California 78 97
US 61 87
Best State* 100 98
2014 California 76 97
US 61 87
Best State* 80 98

*State With Highest Percent. Fatal Crash and Observed Percents Can Be Different States
**Percent Based Only Where Restraint Use Was Known
***USA Data: National Occupant Protection Use Survey. California Data: State Survey
Note: The Purpose of this Table is to Compare (as closely as possible) the Use of Restraint Systems
by Fatally Injured Occupants with Occupants in all Driving Situations
       Daytime Front Seat (Outboard Only)
       Passenger Vehicle Occupant Fatalities
       Aged 5 and Over, by Percent Restraint Use*
Plot of STATE_BELT_RATE by YEAR

       Daytime Front Seat (Outboard Only)
       Passenger Vehicle Occupants Observed
       Aged 5 and Over, by Percent Restraint Use**
Plot of STATE_NOPUS_RATE by YEAR

*Percent Based Only Where Restraint Use Was Known
**USA Data: National Occupant Protection Use Survey. California Data: State Survey
California Passenger Vehicle Occupant Fatalities Age 5 and Above
by Restraint Use and Lives Saved Estimates
Year Fatalities Age 5 and Above Lives Saved Estimates
Total Restrained Unrestrained Unknown Restraint
Use
Percent Known Restrained* Lives Saved at Current
Belt Use
Potential Additional
Lives Savable at
100% Usage
2010 1,572 969 479 124 67 1,257 94
2011 1,543 919 525 99 64 1,137 74
2012 1,596 1,007 492 97 67 1,243 84
2013 1,642 1,002 514 126 66 1,197 62
2014 1,588 972 470 146 67 1,241 65

*Percent Based Only Where Restraint Use Was Known
Note: Lives Saved Estimates (Sum of columns may not equal other published numbers due to rounding)
Note: 2009-2012 estimates differ from previously published estimates due to a computational correction. Previous estimates did not properly account for 2010 through 2013 model year passenger vehicles
California Passenger Vehicle Occupant Fatalities Age 4 and Under
by Restraint Use and Lives Saved Estimates
Year Fatalities Age 4 and Under Lives Saved Estimates
Total Restrained Unrestrained Unknown Restraint
Use
Percent Known Restrained* Lives Saved at Current
Seat Belt and Child
Safety Seat Usage
2010 14 11 3 0 79 16
2011 13 11 2 0 85 15
2012 26 21 4 1 84 30
2013 14 12 1 1 92 17
2014 21 15 4 2 79 23

*Percent Based Only Where Restraint Use Was Known
Note: Lives Saved Estimates (Sum of columns may not equal other published numbers due to rounding)
Note: 2009-2012 estimates differ from previously published estimates due to a computational correction. Previous estimates did not properly account for 2010 through 2013 model year passenger vehicles
California Motorcyclist Fatalities
by Helmet Use and Lives Saved Estimates
Year Fatalities Lives Saved Estimates
Total Helmeted Unhelmeted Unknown Helmet Use Percent Known Helmeted* Lives Saved at Current
Helmet Use
Additional Lives
Savable at 100% Helmet
Usage
2010 352 324 25 3 93 193 9
2011 415 385 26 4 94 232 10
2012 447 409 32 6 93 246 12
2013 463 417 35 11 92 254 13
2014 519 488 24 7 95 293 9

*Percent Based Only Where Helmet Use Was Known
Note: Lives Saved Estimates (Sum of columns may not equal other published numbers due to rounding)
California Fatalities by Person Type
Person Type 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Number Percent* Number Percent* Number Percent* Number Percent* Number Percent*
Occupants Passenger Car 932 34 957 34 1,048 35 1,098 35 1,057 34
Light Truck - Pickup 256 9 252 9 239 8 239 8 207 7
Light Truck - Utility 301 11 274 10 265 9 241 8 269 9
Light Truck - Van 101 4 73 3 71 2 67 2 79 3
Large Truck 23 1 42 1 40 1 38 1 33 1
Bus 4 0 1 0 4 0 11 0 17 1
Other/Unknown Occupants 16 1 17 1 16 1 20 1 27 1
Total Occupants 1,633 60 1,618 57 1,683 57 1,726 56 1,695 55
Light Truck - Other 0 0 2 0 0 0 12 0 6 0
Motorcyclists Total Motorcyclists 352 13 415 15 447 15 463 15 519 17
Nonoccupants Pedestrian 601 22 633 22 653 22 734 24 697 23
Bicyclist and Other Cyclist 100 4 116 4 129 4 147 5 128 4
Other/Unknown Nonoccupants 34 1 34 1 54 2 37 1 35 1
  Total Nonoccupants 735 27 783 28 836 28 918 30 860 28
Total Total 2,720 100 2,816 100 2,966 100 3,107 100 3,074 100

*Sum of Percents May Not = 100 Due to Individual Cell Rounding
California Fatalities by Crash Type
Crash Type 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Total Fatalities (All Crashes)* 2,720 2,816 2,966 3,107 3,074
- (1) Single Vehicle 1,649 1,747 1,823 1,922 1,844
- (2) Involving a Large Truck 236 282 261 259 300
- (3) Involving Speeding 925 898 954 992 991
- (4) Involving a Rollover 696 667 705 697 692
- (5) Involving a Roadway Departure 1,306 1,337 1,399 1,442 1,368
- (6) Involving an Intersection (or Intersection Related) 724 722 803 797 802

(1) Crash Involved Only One Coded Vehicle
(2) Crash Involved at Least One Large Truck
(3) Crash Involved at Least One Vehicle Speeding
(4) Crash Involved at Least One Vehicle That Rolled Over
(5) Crash Involved at Least One Vehicle That Departed the Roadway (FHWA Definition)
(6) Crash Occured Within an Intersection or Within the Approach to an Intersection
*A Fatality Can Be in More Than One Category. Therefore Sum of the Individual Cells Will Not Equal the Total Due to Double Counting
California Motorcyclist Fatalities by Age
Year Age Total
<20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 >59
2010 9 91 65 82 70 35 352
2011 9 115 79 80 76 56 415
2012 17 114 87 77 95 57 447
2013 14 132 110 70 84 53 463
2014 21 175 84 77 91 71 519

California Motorcyclist Fatalities Per 100,000 Registered Motorcycles
Year Motorcyclist Fatalities Total Motorcycle
Registrations*
Motorcyclist
Fatalities
Per 100,000
Motorcycle
Registrations
2010 352 760,051 46.31
2011 415 818,650 50.69
2012 447 787,521 56.76
2013 463 799,900 57.88
2014 519 813,771 63.78

*Data Source: FHWA
California Fatalities by Person Type and Race/Hispanic Origin
Person Type by Race/Hispanic Origin 2010 2011 2012 2013
Occupants (All Vehicle Types) Hispanic 672 607 656 708
White Non-Hispanic 925 1,039 1,038 1,061
Black, Non-Hispanic 131 126 145 117
American Indian, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 13 23 19 19
Asian, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 98 90 94 93
Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 2 7 3 4
Multiple Races, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 29 42 51 25
All Other Non-Hispanic or Race 30 54 46 62
Unknown Race and Unknown Hispanic 85 45 78 100
Total 1,985 2,033 2,130 2,189
Non-Occupants
(Pedestrians, Pedalcyclists and
Other/Unknown NonOccupants)
Hispanic 272 235 232 281
White Non-Hispanic 290 334 394 380
Black, Non-Hispanic 64 74 66 88
American Indian, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 6 8 10 7
Asian, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 54 65 49 67
Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 0 1 3 2
Multiple Races, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 8 13 14 10
All Other Non-Hispanic or Race 14 22 24 32
Unknown Race and Unknown Hispanic 27 31 44 51
Total 735 783 836 918
Total Hispanic 944 842 888 989
White Non-Hispanic 1,215 1,373 1,432 1,441
Black, Non-Hispanic 195 200 211 205
American Indian, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 19 31 29 26
Asian, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 152 155 143 160
Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 2 8 6 6
Multiple Races, Non-Hispanic/Unknown 37 55 65 35
All Other Non-Hispanic or Race 44 76 70 94
Unknown Race and Unknown Hispanic 112 76 122 151
Total 2,720 2,816 2,966 3,107

2014 Race/Hispanic Origin Data is Not Yet Complete
5 Year Trend For The Top 10 Counties of 2014 - Fatalities
California Counties by 2014 Ranking Fatalities Percent of Total
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
1 Los Angeles County 564 541 616 625 633 21 19 21 20 21
2 San Bernardino County 220 235 243 262 278 8 8 8 8 9
3 Riverside County 203 205 213 228 245 7 7 7 7 8
4 San Diego County 186 203 216 198 231 7 7 7 6 8
5 Orange County 105 140 153 186 171 4 5 5 6 6
6 Fresno County 112 115 118 119 117 4 4 4 4 4
7 Sacramento County 123 106 110 123 114 5 4 4 4 4
8 Kern County 108 106 127 131 111 4 4 4 4 4
9 Santa Clara County 84 94 87 95 106 3 3 3 3 3
10 San Joaquin County 81 84 63 93 83 3 3 2 3 3
Sub Total 1.* Top Ten Counties 1,786 1,829 1,955 2,060 2,089 66 65 66 66 68
Sub Total 2.** All Other Counties 934 987 1,011 1,047 985 34 35 34 34 32
Total All Counties 2,720 2,816 2,966 3,107 3,074 100 100 100 100 100

*This Sub Total is the Total for the Top Ten Counties
**This Sub Total is the Total for all Counties Outside the Top Ten
5 Year Trend For The Top 10 Counties of 2014 - Fatalities Year to Year Percent Change
California Counties by 2014 Ranking Fatalities Percent Change From Previous Year
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2011 2012 2013 2014
1 Los Angeles County 564 541 616 625 633 -4 14 1 1
2 San Bernardino County 220 235 243 262 278 7 3 8 6
3 Riverside County 203 205 213 228 245 1 4 7 7
4 San Diego County 186 203 216 198 231 9 6 -8 17
5 Orange County 105 140 153 186 171 33 9 22 -8
6 Fresno County 112 115 118 119 117 3 3 1 -2
7 Sacramento County 123 106 110 123 114 -14 4 12 -7
8 Kern County 108 106 127 131 111 -2 20 3 -15
9 Santa Clara County 84 94 87 95 106 12 -7 9 12
10 San Joaquin County 81 84 63 93 83 4 -25 48 -11
Sub Total 1.* Top Ten Counties 1,786 1,829 1,955 2,060 2,089 2 7 5 1
Sub Total 2.** All Other Counties 934 987 1,011 1,047 985 6 2 4 -6
Total All Counties 2,720 2,816 2,966 3,107 3,074 4 5 5 -1

*This Sub Total is the Total for the Top Ten Counties
**This Sub Total is the Total for all Counties Outside the Top Ten
5 Year Trend For The Top 10 Counties of 2014 - Fatality Rates
Median Rate for all U.S. Counties: 16.22
California Counties by 2014 Ranking Fatalities Per 100,000 Population
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
1 Alpine County 86.36 180.02 88.73 86.96 89.61
2 Trinity County 58.16 58.34 22.23 29.75 53.15
3 Glenn County 24.91 21.29 14.32 17.91 42.93
4 Mono County 42.11 6.95 34.95 7.13 35.72
5 Modoc County 20.60 52.64 10.72 32.92 33.25
6 Colusa County 27.96 37.36 28.04 41.99 32.68
7 Plumas County 20.08 45.71 41.36 15.89 32.25
8 Del Norte County 24.49 35.11 31.89 43.12 29.40
9 Mariposa County 38.33 22.00 33.62 16.89 28.28
10 Imperial County 18.88 7.37 18.03 15.77 25.69
Sub Rate 1.* Top Ten Counties 33.66 41.99 34.22 30.74 30.37
Sub Rate 2.** All Other Counties 7.14 7.29 7.65 7.91 7.73
Total Rate All Counties 7.29 7.47 7.79 8.08 7.92

*This Sub Rate is the Rate for the Top Ten Counties
**This Sub Rate is the Rate for all Counties Outside the Top Ten
Fatalities (All Crashes) by County for 2014
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Fatalities in Crashes Involving an Alcohol-Impaired Driver (BAC = .08+) by County for 2014
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Yuba County: 2 Fatalities Yolo County: 6 Fatalities Ventura County: 16 Fatalities Tuolumne County: 3 Fatalities Tulare County: 13 Fatalities Trinity County: 5 Fatalities Tehama County: 4 Fatalities Sutter County: 2 Fatalities Stanislaus County: 24 Fatalities Sonoma County: 18 Fatalities Solano County: 13 Fatalities Siskiyou County: 4 Fatalities Sierra County: 0 Fatalities Shasta County: 13 Fatalities Santa Cruz County: 5 Fatalities Santa Clara County: 37 Fatalities Santa Barbara County: 8 Fatalities San Mateo County: 5 Fatalities San Luis Obispo County: 8 Fatalities San Joaquin County: 26 Fatalities San Francisco County: 7 Fatalities San Diego County: 61 Fatalities San Bernardino County: 86 Fatalities San Benito County: 4 Fatalities Sacramento County: 35 Fatalities Riverside County: 71 Fatalities Plumas County: 3 Fatalities Placer County: 3 Fatalities Orange County: 40 Fatalities Nevada County: 1 Fatalities Napa County: 1 Fatalities Monterey County: 8 Fatalities Mono County: 1 Fatalities Modoc County: 1 Fatalities Merced County: 8 Fatalities Mendocino County: 4 Fatalities Mariposa County: 2 Fatalities Marin County: 4 Fatalities Madera County: 10 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 170 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 170 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 170 Fatalities Lassen County: 1 Fatalities Lake County: 2 Fatalities Kings County: 3 Fatalities Kern County: 34 Fatalities Inyo County: 0 Fatalities Imperial County: 10 Fatalities Humboldt County: 12 Fatalities Glenn County: 0 Fatalities Fresno County: 34 Fatalities El Dorado County: 11 Fatalities Del Norte County: 1 Fatalities Contra Costa County: 14 Fatalities Colusa County: 2 Fatalities Calaveras County: 3 Fatalities Butte County: 10 Fatalities Amador County: 0 Fatalities Alpine County: 0 Fatalities Alameda County: 15 Fatalities
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County Listing of Fatalities/Rates

Yuba County: 2.7 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Yolo County: 2.89 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Ventura County: 1.89 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Tuolumne County: 5.57 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Tulare County: 2.84 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Trinity County: 37.97 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Tehama County: 6.34 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sutter County: 2.09 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Stanislaus County: 4.51 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sonoma County: 3.6 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Solano County: 3.02 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Siskiyou County: 9.17 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sierra County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Shasta County: 7.23 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Santa Cruz County: 1.84 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Santa Clara County: 1.95 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Santa Barbara County: 1.82 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Mateo County: 0.66 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Luis Obispo County: 2.87 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Joaquin County: 3.63 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Francisco County: 0.82 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Diego County: 1.87 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Bernardino County: 4.07 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Benito County: 6.86 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sacramento County: 2.36 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Riverside County: 3.05 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Plumas County: 16.12 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Placer County: 0.81 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Orange County: 1.27 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Nevada County: 1.01 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Napa County: 0.71 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Monterey County: 1.85 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Mono County: 7.14 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Modoc County: 11.08 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Merced County: 3 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Mendocino County: 4.55 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Mariposa County: 11.31 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Marin County: 1.53 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Madera County: 6.47 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Los Angeles County: 1.68 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Los Angeles County: 1.68 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Los Angeles County: 1.68 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Lassen County: 3.15 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Lake County: 3.12 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Kings County: 2 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Kern County: 3.89 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Inyo County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Imperial County: 5.58 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Humboldt County: 8.9 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Glenn County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Fresno County: 3.52 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population El Dorado County: 6.01 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Del Norte County: 3.67 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Contra Costa County: 1.26 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Colusa County: 9.34 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Calaveras County: 6.72 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Butte County: 4.46 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Amador County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Alpine County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Alameda County: 0.93 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population
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Single Vehicle Crash Fatalities by County for 2014
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Fatalities in Crashes Involving a Large Truck by County for 2014
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Fatalities in Crashes Involving Speeding by County for 2014
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Fatalities in Crashes Involving a Roadway Departure by County for 2014
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Fatalities in Crashes Involving an Intersection (or Intersection Related) by County for 2014
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Passenger Car Occupant Fatalities by County for 2014
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Yuba County: 2 Fatalities Yolo County: 8 Fatalities Ventura County: 15 Fatalities Tuolumne County: 5 Fatalities Tulare County: 24 Fatalities Trinity County: 2 Fatalities Tehama County: 5 Fatalities Sutter County: 3 Fatalities Stanislaus County: 26 Fatalities Sonoma County: 23 Fatalities Solano County: 24 Fatalities Siskiyou County: 3 Fatalities Sierra County: 0 Fatalities Shasta County: 7 Fatalities Santa Cruz County: 5 Fatalities Santa Clara County: 43 Fatalities Santa Barbara County: 13 Fatalities San Mateo County: 7 Fatalities San Luis Obispo County: 10 Fatalities San Joaquin County: 39 Fatalities San Francisco County: 4 Fatalities San Diego County: 59 Fatalities San Bernardino County: 87 Fatalities San Benito County: 6 Fatalities Sacramento County: 38 Fatalities Riverside County: 87 Fatalities Plumas County: 1 Fatalities Placer County: 4 Fatalities Orange County: 50 Fatalities Nevada County: 2 Fatalities Napa County: 2 Fatalities Monterey County: 13 Fatalities Mono County: 2 Fatalities Modoc County: 1 Fatalities Merced County: 16 Fatalities Mendocino County: 14 Fatalities Mariposa County: 1 Fatalities Marin County: 6 Fatalities Madera County: 11 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 198 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 198 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 198 Fatalities Lassen County: 0 Fatalities Lake County: 3 Fatalities Kings County: 4 Fatalities Kern County: 37 Fatalities Inyo County: 0 Fatalities Imperial County: 18 Fatalities Humboldt County: 5 Fatalities Glenn County: 1 Fatalities Fresno County: 49 Fatalities El Dorado County: 11 Fatalities Del Norte County: 3 Fatalities Contra Costa County: 15 Fatalities Colusa County: 5 Fatalities Calaveras County: 2 Fatalities Butte County: 9 Fatalities Amador County: 2 Fatalities Alpine County: 0 Fatalities Alameda County: 27 Fatalities
Choropleth map of VAR13

County Listing of Fatalities/Rates

Yuba County: 2.7 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Yolo County: 3.85 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Ventura County: 1.77 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Tuolumne County: 9.29 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Tulare County: 5.24 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Trinity County: 15.19 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Tehama County: 7.93 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sutter County: 3.13 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Stanislaus County: 4.89 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sonoma County: 4.6 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Solano County: 5.57 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Siskiyou County: 6.88 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sierra County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Shasta County: 3.89 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Santa Cruz County: 1.84 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Santa Clara County: 2.27 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Santa Barbara County: 2.95 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Mateo County: 0.92 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Luis Obispo County: 3.58 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Joaquin County: 5.45 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Francisco County: 0.47 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Diego County: 1.81 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Bernardino County: 4.12 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population San Benito County: 10.3 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Sacramento County: 2.56 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Riverside County: 3.74 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Plumas County: 5.37 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Placer County: 1.08 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Orange County: 1.59 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Nevada County: 2.02 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Napa County: 1.41 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Monterey County: 3.01 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Mono County: 14.29 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Modoc County: 11.08 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Merced County: 6.01 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Mendocino County: 15.93 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Mariposa County: 5.66 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Marin County: 2.3 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Madera County: 7.12 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Los Angeles County: 1.96 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Los Angeles County: 1.96 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Los Angeles County: 1.96 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Lassen County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Lake County: 4.67 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Kings County: 2.66 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Kern County: 4.23 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Inyo County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Imperial County: 10.05 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Humboldt County: 3.71 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Glenn County: 3.58 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Fresno County: 5.07 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population El Dorado County: 6.01 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Del Norte County: 11.02 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Contra Costa County: 1.35 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Colusa County: 23.34 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Calaveras County: 4.48 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Butte County: 4.01 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Amador County: 5.44 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Alpine County: 0 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population Alameda County: 1.68 Fatalities Per 100,000 County Population
Choropleth map of RATE_CAT13

Light Truck and Van Occupant Fatalities by County for 2014
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Yuba County: 4 Fatalities Yolo County: 2 Fatalities Ventura County: 5 Fatalities Tuolumne County: 3 Fatalities Tulare County: 15 Fatalities Trinity County: 4 Fatalities Tehama County: 4 Fatalities Sutter County: 3 Fatalities Stanislaus County: 13 Fatalities Sonoma County: 6 Fatalities Solano County: 7 Fatalities Siskiyou County: 4 Fatalities Sierra County: 0 Fatalities Shasta County: 6 Fatalities Santa Cruz County: 3 Fatalities Santa Clara County: 6 Fatalities Santa Barbara County: 6 Fatalities San Mateo County: 3 Fatalities San Luis Obispo County: 12 Fatalities San Joaquin County: 21 Fatalities San Francisco County: 1 Fatalities San Diego County: 26 Fatalities San Bernardino County: 62 Fatalities San Benito County: 2 Fatalities Sacramento County: 18 Fatalities Riverside County: 45 Fatalities Plumas County: 3 Fatalities Placer County: 1 Fatalities Orange County: 18 Fatalities Nevada County: 2 Fatalities Napa County: 2 Fatalities Monterey County: 4 Fatalities Mono County: 1 Fatalities Modoc County: 1 Fatalities Merced County: 9 Fatalities Mendocino County: 3 Fatalities Mariposa County: 4 Fatalities Marin County: 2 Fatalities Madera County: 11 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 69 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 69 Fatalities Los Angeles County: 69 Fatalities Lassen County: 4 Fatalities Lake County: 2 Fatalities Kings County: 5 Fatalities Kern County: 30 Fatalities