Annual estimates of persons injured in moving motor vehicle accidents in the United States, 1967
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Annual estimates of persons injured in moving motor vehicle accidents in the United States, 1967

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      Annual estimates of persons injured in moving motor vehicle accidents shown in this report are based on sample data collected by the Health Interview Survey (HIS) during the period July-December 1967 using a special supplement to the HIS questionnaire.

      In 1967 an estimated 3,096,000 persons susĀ­ tained injuries that required medical attention or resulted in 1 day or more of restricted activity. The annual rate was 16.0 persons per 1,000 popuIation. Persons aged 17-24. had by far the highest motor vehicle injury rate of any specific age group, 44.6 persons per 1,000 population. As can be seen in table 1, this rate is almost three times that for any other age group. For all other age groups the rates of persons injured in moving motor vehicle accidents are of the same general magnitude.

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