TABLE 67 Minor Motor Vehicle-Related Injuries by Age and Gender: 2001

TABLE 67 Minor Motor Vehicle-Related Injuries by Age and Gender: 2001

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Age Males (number) Females (number)
0-4 55,886 55,855
5-9 63,060 53,269
10-14 78,288 70,415
15-19 230,730 275,220
20-24 237,790 249,814
25-29 171,204 191,162
30-34 154,889 165,354
35-39 147,072 158,733
40-44 125,389 138,331
45-49 95,898 113,938
50-54 69,647 83,155
55-59 48,655 59,008
60-64 32,454 40,228
65-69 24,925 33,520
70-74 20,533 26,474
75-79 17,098 22,315
80-84 10,058 14,396
85-89 4,418 5,762
90-94 1,320 1,733
95-99 348 264
100+ 0 119

NOTE: A minor injury is one in which the victim was treated and released. A serious injury is one in which the victim was either hospitalized or treated and transferred to another facility.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, calculations based on data from U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, National Electronic Injury Surveillance (NEISS) System, available at http://www.cpsc.gov/Neiss/oracle.html, as of June 2003.