Table 2-2: Passenger Car and Light Truck Occupants Killed and Restraint Use: 2005

Table 2-2: Passenger Car and Light Truck Occupants Killed and Restraint Use: 2005

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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 359 37.7 552 58.0 40 4.2 951 100.0
Alaska 27 50.0 22 40.7 5 9.3 54 100.0
Arizona 228 35.0 351 53.8 73 11.2 652 100.0
Arkansas 147 28.8 309 60.6 54 10.6 510 100.0
California 1,604 55.4 970 33.5 319 11.0 2,893 100.0
Colorado 188 42.3 250 56.3 6 1.4 444 100.0
Connecticut 72 39.1 87 47.3 25 13.6 184 100.0
Delaware 41 42.7 52 54.2 3 3.1 96 100.0
District of Columbia 8 36.4 13 59.1 1 4.5 22 100.0
Florida 863 38.8 1,262 56.7 102 4.6 2,227 100.0
Georgia 516 38.5 669 49.9 156 11.6 1,341 100.0
Hawaii 29 42.0 30 43.5 10 14.5 69 100.0
Idaho 94 41.8 126 56.0 5 2.2 225 100.0
Illinois 427 44.1 449 46.4 92 9.5 968 100.0
Indiana 295 41.5 333 46.8 83 11.7 711 100.0
Iowa 164 46.3 139 39.3 51 14.4 354 100.0
Kansas 103 30.1 211 61.7 28 8.2 342 100.0
Kentucky 273 34.9 508 64.9 2 0.3 783 100.0
Louisiana 245 34.6 372 52.5 92 13.0 709 100.0
Maine 48 35.6 64 47.4 23 17.0 135 100.0
Maryland 205 51.6 178 44.8 14 3.5 397 100.0
Massachusetts 84 28.2 171 57.4 43 14.4 298 100.0
Michigan 452 55.5 270 33.1 93 11.4 815 100.0
Minnesota 184 43.0 211 49.3 33 7.7 428 100.0
Mississippi 207 26.5 574 73.4 1 0.1 782 100.0
Missouri 313 30.7 614 60.3 92 9.0 1,019 100.0
Montana 52 26.1 143 71.9 4 2.0 199 100.0
Nebraska 68 28.2 145 60.2 28 11.6 241 100.0
Nevada 122 43.1 139 49.1 22 7.8 283 100.0
New Hampshire 31 29.2 72 67.9 3 2.8 106 100.0
New Jersey 250 51.3 222 45.6 15 3.1 487 100.0
New Mexico 175 47.9 183 50.1 7 1.9 365 100.0
New York 408 48.6 329 39.2 102 12.2 839 100.0
North Carolina 519 45.7 522 46.0 95 8.4 1,136 100.0
North Dakota 22 23.4 66 70.2 6 6.4 94 100.0
Ohio 421 41.8 585 58.0 2 0.2 1,008 100.0
Oklahoma 249 39.5 377 59.7 5 0.8 631 100.0
Oregon 228 63.2 109 30.2 24 6.6 361 100.0
Pennsylvania 372 31.8 641 54.7 158 13.5 1,171 100.0
Rhode Island 20 34.5 37 63.8 1 1.7 58 100.0
South Carolina 251 29.8 547 65.0 44 5.2 842 100.0
South Dakota 33 23.7 93 66.9 13 9.4 139 100.0
Tennessee 362 35.8 567 56.1 81 8.0 1,010 100.0
Texas 1,285 50.9 1,190 47.1 51 2.0 2,526 100.0
Utah 99 44.4 123 55.2 1 0.4 223 100.0
Vermont 24 45.3 26 49.1 3 5.7 53 100.0
Virginia 241 33.2 449 61.9 35 4.8 725 100.0
Washington 238 51.3 206 44.4 20 4.3 464 100.0
West Virginia 104 36.2 171 59.6 12 4.2 287 100.0
Wisconsin 220 35.0 358 57.0 50 8.0 628 100.0
Wyoming 44 33.8 85 65.4 1 0.8 130 100.0
United States, total 13,014 41.4 16,172 51.5 2,229 7.1 31,415 100.0

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 2005 Early Edition, Washington, DC: 2006, available at http://www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/Pubs/TSF2005EE.PDF as of Nov. 30, 2006.