What are the causes of pedestrian traffic deaths?
The causes of pedestrian traffic deaths can be a number of things, such as:
- Alcohol-related pedestrian deaths – many people are astonished to find out that in accidents involving pedestrian deaths, the pedestrian may be more than twice as likely to be inebriated as the driver. As an example: between the years of 2005 and 2014, 34 percent of pedestrians killed were legally drunk, compared to 14 percent of drivers.
- Approximately 50 percent of pedestrian deaths for those between 21 and 44 years of age had blood alcohol contents of .08 percent and higher.
Other Auto-Pedestrian Accident FAQs:
- Are there remedies available for victims of car accidents involving pedestrians?
- Is distracted driving, and distracted walking a factor in pedestrian and vehicle fatal accidents?
- Is there a common type of fatal pedestrian accident?
- Two of my friends have been in a car accident with pedestrians. Are these kinds of accidents common?
- What are the causes of pedestrian traffic deaths?
- What are the common factors in pedestrian accident deaths?
- Who is more at risk as a pedestrian to be struck and possibly seriously injured or killed?