Illinois

Motor Vehicle Crashes Mortality

Healthy People 2010 Objective: Reduce deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes

Rates per 100,000
National Data Baseline
(1999)
Final
(2007)
Numeric
Change
2010
Target
15- to 24- year-olds
25.6
24.1
-1.5

 

Illinois Data
All the tables below contain data available for Illinois and this objective.

Rates per 100,000
Age Baseline
(1999)
Final
(2007)
Numeric
Change
Ages 15-19
18.69
17.82
-0.87
Ages 20-24
21.95
19.23
-2.72
Ages 15-24
20.26
18.52
-1.74
 
Rates per 100,000
Gender Baseline
(1999)
Final
(2007)
Numeric
Change
Males 15-24
29.39
26.02
-3.37
Females 15-24
10.60
10.62
0.02
 
Rates per 100,000
Race/Ethnicity Baseline
(1999)
Final
(2007)
Numeric
Change
White (non Hispanic) 15-24
23.21
20.02
-3.19
Black (non Hispanic) 15-24
17.18
16.43
-0.75
American Indian/Alaskan Native (non Hispanic) 15-24
X
X
X
Asian/Pacific Islander (non Hispanic)15-24
4.35*
9.24*
4.89
Hispanic 15-24
15.99
17.71
1.72
 
Rates per 100,000
Race/Ethnicity by Gender Baseline
(1999)
Final
(2007)
Numeric
Change
White (non Hispanic) Males 15-24
32.41
26.65
-5.76
White (non Hispanic) Females 15-24
13.63
13.07
-0.56
Black (non Hispanic) Males 15-24
28.64
26.54
-2.10
Black (non Hispanic) Females 15-24
5.99*
6.23*
0.24
American Indian/Alaskan Native (non Hispanic) Males 15-24
X
X
X
American Indian/Alaskan Native (non Hispanic) Females 15-24
X
X
X
Asian/Pacific Islander (non Hispanic) Males 15-24
5.66*
12.68*
7.02
Asian/Pacific Islander (non Hispanic) Females 15-24
2.97*
5.50*
2.53
Hispanic Males 15-24
24.18
26.86
2.68
Hispanic Females 15-24
6.03*
7.49*
1.46