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Risk of Fatal Occupant Injury Per 100,000 Population Members (top panel) and Per Million Occupant Travel Hours (bottom panel) by Age and Sex in 2009

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Sex Age (Years) Fatalities / 100,000 Population
M 05-09 1.1
M 10-14 1.5
M 15-19 15.3
M 20-24 21.7
M 25-29 15.6
M 30-34 11.6
M 35-39 10.1
M 40-44 10.5
M 45-49 10.4
M 50-54 9.9
M 55-59 8.9
M 60-64 9.8
M 65-69 10.1
M 70-74 11.6
M 75-79 14.3
M 80-84 19.6
M 85+ 22.9
F 05-09 1.5
F 10-14 1.6
F 15-19 9.9
F 20-24 8.3
F 25-29 6.4
F 30-34 5.1
F 35-39 4.5
F 40-44 4.3
F 45-49 4.9
F 50-54 4.4
F 55-59 4.6
F 60-64 4.8
F 65-69 5.7
F 70-74 6.7
F 75-79 7.8
F 80-84 11.3
F 85+ 9.4
Sex Age (Years) Fatalities / Million Occupant Hours
M 05-09 0.0
M 10-14 0.1
M 15-19 0.4
M 20-24 0.7
M 25-29 0.6
M 30-34 0.3
M 35-39 0.2
M 40-44 0.2
M 45-49 0.3
M 50-54 0.2
M 55-59 0.2
M 60-64 0.2
M 65-69 0.2
M 70-74 0.3
M 75-79 0.3
M 80-84 0.6
M 85+ 1.2
F 05-09 0.1
F 10-14 0.1
F 15-19 0.3
F 20-24 0.2
F 25-29 0.2
F 30-34 0.1
F 35-39 0.1
F 40-44 0.1
F 45-49 0.1
F 50-54 0.1
F 55-59 0.1
F 60-64 0.1
F 65-69 0.1
F 70-74 0.2
F 75-79 0.3
F 80-84 0.5
F 85+ 0.8

SOURCES: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (FARS); Centers for Disease Control (WISQARS); Federal Highway Administration, National Household Travel Survey; and Bureau of Transportation Statistics; 2012.

Updated: Sunday, May 21, 2017