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glenwood

Glenwood (2004-2008)

 
General city statistics Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)City
General city crash statistics include information about all crashes in the city regardless of topic (i.e., they are nontopical). Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
 
Driver Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Impairment (drug/alcohol)
Impairment - (drug/alcohol) related crashes were selected by identifying crashes involving any driver with a positive drug test, a nonzero blood alcohol content (BAC) result, a driver condition indicating officer judgement that the driver was under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medications, or a test refusal (whether drug or alcohol). Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Inattentive/DistractedInattentive/Distracted
Inattentive/Distracted crashes were selected by identifying crashes involving a driver contributing circumstance indicating inattentive or distracted behavior (i.e., inattentive/distracted by passenger, use of phone or other device, fallen object, of fatigued/asleep). Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Older driversOlder drivers
Older driver-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes involving a driver at or older than age 65. Selection of these crashes only indicates involvement and not causal factors. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Older driversSpeed-related
Speed-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes involving a driver contributing circumstance indicating speed-related behavior (i.e., exceeded authorized speed; driving too fast for conditions; lost control; followed too close; or operating vehicle in an erratic, reckless, careless, negligent or aggressive manner). Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Older driversYounger drivers
Younger driver-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes involving a driver between the ages of 14 and 20 (inclusive). Selection of these crashes only indicates involvement and not causal factors on the part of the younger driver. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
 
Environment Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Animal-vehicle crashes
Animal-vehicle crashes were selected by identifying crashes and then by querying animal from major cause, where major cause is a derived field in which animal is determined as the major cause if a collision with an animal is indicated in any of the Sequence of Events (up to four per vehicle) entries. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Icy, snowy or slushy surface condition-related
Icy, Snowy, or Slushy Surface Condition-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes involving an icy, snowy or slushy surface condition. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
 
Injured person Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Unbelted passenger-related crashes
Unbelted passenger-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes and further limiting crashes to those involving an unbelted occupant of a vehicle and injuries to those persons who were unbelted. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
 
Roadway Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Intersection-related crashes
Intersection-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes and querying for the intersection options under the type of roadway junction/feature portion of the crash report form. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
 
Vehicle Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Heavy truck
Heavy truck-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes and limiting those crashes to those involving heavy trucks (truck/trailer, truck tractor (bobtail), tractor/semi-trailer, tractor/doubles, tractor/triples). Selection of these crashes only indicates involvement and not causal factors on the part of the trucker. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Motorcycle
Motorcycle-related crashes were selected by identifying crashes and limiting those crashes to those involving motorcycles. Selection of these crashes only indicates involvement and not causal factors on the part of the motorcyclist. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
 
Miscellany Crash map Count data
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Multi-vehicle crossed centerline/crossed median (MVCC/CM)
Multi vehicle crossed centerline/crossed median (MVCC/CM) crashes were selected by identifying crashes and then by limiting to multivehicle crashes and then further querying manner of crash/collision impact equal to head-on; sideswipe, same direction; or sideswipe, opposite direction or any sequence of event (up to four per vehicle) equal to crossed centerline/median or any contributing circumstance, driver (up to two per driver) equal to traveling wrong way or on wrong side of road, crossed centerline, or lost control and then limiting the occurrences of these to nonintersection sites. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Impairment (Drug/Alcohol)Multiple fatality
Multiple fatality crashes were selected by identifying crashes and by querying for more than one fatality per crash. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
  • 2004-2008: Crash Severity (n/a)
  • 2004-2008: Injury Severity (n/a)
  • 2004-2008PDF
Single-Vehicle Run-Off Road (SVROR)Single-vehicle run-off road (SVROR)
Single-vehicle run-off-road (SVROR) crashes were selected by identifying crashes and then by limiting to single-vehicle crashes and then further querying for any sequence of event (up to four per vehicle) equal to ran off road, right; ran off road, straight; or ran of road, left. Maps and reports are subsequent to this selection.
Safety Improvement Candidate Location (SICL) listSafety improvement candidate location (SICL) list
The safety improvement candidate location (SICL) list was developed through a statewide process that considered all intersections.
Archival DataArchival data
Past versions of the county profiles.
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