Table 2-2: Passenger Car and Light Truck Occupants Killed and Restraint Use: 2004

Table 2-2: Passenger Car and Light Truck Occupants Killed and Restraint Use: 2004

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State Restraint used No restraint used Restraint use unknown Total occupants killed
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
Alabama 403 42.4 517 54.4 31 3.3 951 100.0
Alaska 27 39.1 33 47.8 9 13.0 69 100.0
Arizona 276 34.6 422 52.9 99 12.4 797 100.0
Arkansas 163 28.8 349 61.8 53 9.4 565 100.0
California 1,469 52.7 1,009 36.2 308 11.1 2,786 100.0
Colorado 209 42.5 275 55.9 8 1.6 492 100.0
Connecticut 79 40.9 94 48.7 20 10.4 193 100.0
Delaware 55 52.9 47 45.2 2 1.9 104 100.0
District of Columbia 7 33.3 6 28.6 8 38.1 21 100.0
Florida 794 38.2 1,248 60.0 38 1.8 2,080 100.0
Georgia 511 40.0 621 48.6 147 11.5 1,279 100.0
Hawaii 32 39.0 39 47.6 11 13.4 82 100.0
Idaho 93 45.4 106 51.7 6 2.9 205 100.0
Illinois 423 42.9 470 47.7 92 9.3 985 100.0
Indiana 290 40.7 324 45.5 98 13.8 712 100.0
Iowa 128 42.0 138 45.2 39 12.8 305 100.0
Kansas 137 35.1 227 58.2 26 6.7 390 100.0
Kentucky 265 33.4 527 66.5 1 0.1 793 100.0
Louisiana 241 34.2 407 57.7 57 8.1 705 100.0
Maine 56 36.8 74 48.7 22 14.5 152 100.0
Maryland 235 52.2 192 42.7 23 5.1 450 100.0
Massachusetts 89 28.8 165 53.4 55 17.8 309 100.0
Michigan 450 51.4 300 34.3 125 14.3 875 100.0
Minnesota 189 41.8 231 51.1 32 7.1 452 100.0
Mississippi 175 22.5 603 77.5 0 0.0 778 100.0
Missouri 270 28.5 603 63.6 75 7.9 948 100.0
Montana 50 26.9 128 68.8 8 4.3 186 100.0
Nebraska 72 33.6 118 55.1 24 11.2 214 100.0
Nevada 126 48.1 123 46.9 13 5.0 262 100.0
New Hampshire 37 30.1 85 69.1 1 0.8 123 100.0
New Jersey 219 48.6 217 48.1 15 3.3 451 100.0
New Mexico 160 40.4 225 56.8 11 2.8 396 100.0
New York 495 52.2 344 36.3 109 11.5 948 100.0
North Carolina 567 47.8 511 43.1 107 9.0 1,185 100.0
North Dakota 23 28.0 55 67.1 4 4.9 82 100.0
Ohio 388 39.6 589 60.0 4 0.4 981 100.0
Oklahoma 243 40.4 357 59.3 2 0.3 602 100.0
Oregon 218 63.6 102 29.7 23 6.7 343 100.0
Pennsylvania 379 34.1 566 51.0 165 14.9 1,110 100.0
Rhode Island 18 27.7 47 72.3 0 0.0 65 100.0
South Carolina 216 26.2 579 70.1 31 3.8 826 100.0
South Dakota 42 27.1 100 64.5 13 8.4 155 100.0
Tennessee 354 33.2 639 59.9 74 6.9 1,067 100.0
Texas 1,443 53.3 1,195 44.1 69 2.5 2,707 100.0
Utah 85 39.0 127 58.3 6 2.8 218 100.0
Vermont 38 50.0 36 47.4 2 2.6 76 100.0
Virginia 285 39.0 415 56.8 30 4.1 730 100.0
Washington 225 54.3 162 39.1 27 6.5 414 100.0
West Virginia 122 37.7 189 58.3 13 4.0 324 100.0
Wisconsin 226 36.5 350 56.5 44 7.1 620 100.0
Wyoming 49 37.7 78 60.0 3 2.3 130 100.0
United States, total 13,146 41.5 16,364 51.6 2,183 6.9 31,693 100.0

NOTES: Fatalities in this table include passenger car and light truck occupants only. Occupants of other vehicle types - heavy trucks, motorcycles, and buses - are excluded, as are other types of highway-related fatalities such as pedestrian fatalities. Hence, the fatalities represented here are lower than those in table 2-1. Percents may not add to totals due to rounding.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Traffic Safety Facts 2004 Early Edition, Washington, DC: 2005, available at http://www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/pdf/nrd-30/NCSA/TSFAnn/TSF2004EE.pdf as of Nov. 21, 2005.