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Indicator Report - Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Deaths

Why Is This Important?

In Utah in 2012, motor vehicle traffic crashes (MVTCs) accounted for 205 deaths. This was one of the main injury causes of death. Other types of injury death that year included accidental and undetermined poisoning (536), suicide (545), and unintentional falls (210).

Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Death Rates by Ethnicity, Utah, 2009-2010

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Data Notes

ICD-10 codes V02-04 [.1-.9], V09.2, V12-14 [.3-.9], V19 [.4-.6], V20-V28 [.3-.9], V29-79 [.4-.9], V80 [.3-.5], V81-82 [.1], V83-86 [.0-.3], V87 [.0-.8], V89.2.   Age-adjusted to U.S. 2000 standard population.

Data Sources

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control's Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS).

Other Views


Motor vehicle traffic crash deaths among Utah residents per 100,000. ICD-10 codes V02-04 [.1-.9], V09.2, V12-14 [.3-.9], V19 [.4-.6], V20-V28 [.3-.9], V29-79 [.4-.9], V80 [.3-.5], V81-82 [.1], V83-86 [.0-.3], V87 [.0-.8], V89.2.

How We Calculated the Rates

Numerator: Number of Utah resident deaths due to motor vehicle traffic crashes.
Denominator: Total number of persons in the population of Utah.

Page Content Updated On 11/18/2013, Published on 12/06/2013
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Content updated: Fri, 6 Dec 2013 15:43:02 MST