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This age group accounted for 79 percent of gymnastics injuries, 51 percent of baseball and 40 percent of track and field injuries treated in emergency rooms the same year. Winter sports In almost 56, individuals were injured while participating in the winter sports of snowmobiling, snowboarding and ice skating and required treatment in emergency rooms, according to the National Safety Council.
During the season, 39 fatalities occurred out of the Thirty-one of the fatalities were skiers, 7 of the fatalities were snowboarders.
The charts below provide further information on sports and recreational injuries. Bicycle crashes Bicyclist fatalities had been declining steadily sinceand fell to a record low of inaccording to a report issued by the Governors Highway Safety Association. ByBicyclist fatalities were up The report, which was compiled with funding from State Farm Insurance, notes that bicyclists have consistently accounted for at least 2 percent of all traffic fatalities, which rose 7.
The average age of bicyclists killed in traffic crashes was 45 years old in andup from 42 in and 39 inbased on data from the Fatal Accident Reporting System at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Throughteens between the ages of 16 and 20 had accounted for the greatest number of bicyclist traffic deaths. Eighty-five percent of bicyclist deaths were among males compared with 15 percent for women in The proportions for injuries were 80 percent for males and 20 percent for females.
Warm-weather, large population states had the highest numbers of bicyclist deaths. Biking ranks second after basketball, based on estimates of sports-related injuries treated in hospital emergency departments compiled by the National Safety Council.
In, people were treated for injuries sustained while riding bicycles. According to the Breakaway Research Group, 34 percent of Americans, or Bicycles are increasingly being used for more than recreation.
The percentage of adults who biked to work grew from 0. Large cities saw the largest increases in biking to work: The FBI reports thatbicycles were stolen indown 0. Having the right bike helmet can significantly cut the risk of injury. A new ratings programbased on research by Virginia Tech and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety IIHSprovides a standardized rating that determines the effectiveness of a bike helmet.
The number of stars assigned to each helmet represents how effectively that model reduces overall injury risk. Only four of the 30 helmets tested in the initial round in earned a 5-star rating. All four are equipped with a Multi-Directional Impact Protection System MIPS that creates a low-friction layer inside the helmet which helps to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts.
With better ways to gauge helmet safety, there still remains the problem of getting people to wear them. By some estimates only 18 percent of riders regularly wear helmets.Major accidents are investigated by an independent agency, the National Transportation Safety Board.
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Find your digit VIN in the lower left of your car's windshield. It is also located on your car's registration card and possibly your insurance card. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) Fatality Analysis Report System (FARS) contains data on all vehicle crashes in the United States that occur on a public roadway and involve a fatality.
To report an incident/accident or if you are a public safety agency, please call or to speak to a Watch Officer at the NTSB Response Operations Center (ROC) in Washington, DC (24/7).