The Danger of Drowsy Drivers
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Drowsy driving is estimated to cause up to 20 percent of all road fatalities, but the extent of the problem is not fully known, according to experts. Drowsy Driving Causes 1 in 5 Fatal Crashes: Report Privacy & Trust Info MONDAY, Aug. 8, 2016 (HealthDay News) Nearly 84 million sleep -deprived Americans take to the roads every day. And, drowsy driving was a factor in crashes that claimed about 5,000 lives last year, a new report shows.
Nodding off for a split second and actually falling asleep at the wheel are two different things. Drowsiness was involved in one of five fatal crashes nationwide last year. An estimated 328,000.
According to NWI Times, drowsy driving was a contributing factor to one out of every five fatal auto accidents last year. Drowsy driving also played a big role in causing crashes involving serious injuries. In total, 328,000 auto accidents involved a drowsy driver, and drowsy drivers were involved in 109,000 injury crashes and 6,400 deadly accidents. And, drowsy driving was a factor in crashes that claimed about 5,000 lives last year, a new report shows.
Traffic deaths rose almost 8 percent in the United States in 2015. Drowsy driving is estimated to cause up to 20 percent of all road fatalities, but the extent of the problem is not fully known, according to experts. Drowsy driving crashes have become very common and are a leading reason why fatal motor vehicle accidents happen. Because of the absence of an objective test for drowsiness, it can sometimes be a challenge to show that fatigue was the cause of a crash.
This means drowsy driving could actually be an underreported problem that is worse than. Drowsy driving causes 1 in 5 fatal crashes: report (HealthDay)—Nearly 84 million sleep-deprived Americans take to the roads every day. And, drowsy.
And, drowsy driving was a factor in crashes that claimed about 5,000 lives last year, a new report shows. Traffic deaths rose almost 8 percent in the United States in 2015. WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 3, 2014) – According to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, more than one-in-five (21 percent) fatal crashes involve driver fatigue. These results help confirm what safety experts have long suspected: the prevalence of drowsy driving is much greater than official statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) currently indicate.
NHTSA estimates that in 2017, 91,000 police-reported crashes involved drowsy drivers. These crashes led to an estimated 50,000 people injured and nearly 800 deaths. But there is broad agreement across the traffic safety, sleep science, and public health communities that this.
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