Percentage Change in Estimated Fatalities in 2015 From Reported 2014 Fatality Counts, by NHTSA Region

Percentage Change in Estimated Fatalities in 2015 From Reported 2014 Fatality Counts

A  statistical  projection  of  traffic  fatalities  for  2015  shows that  an  estimated  35,200  people  died  in  motor  vehicle  traffic  crashes.  This  represents  an  increase  of  about  7.7  percent as  compared  to  the  32,675  fatalities  that  were  reported  to have  occurred  in  2014.  If  these  projections are realized, fatalities will be at the highest level since 2008, when 37,423 fatalities were reported.

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