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Motor Vehicle Injury Prevention

In 2016, motor vehicle crashes were the second leading cause of unintentional injury death in the U.S.1 Furthermore, more than half of teens and adults aged 13-44 years who died in crashes in 2016 were not buckled up at the time of the crash.2 Motor vehicle injuries are preventable when appropriate precautions are taken and passengers understand the safest ways to commute on the road. Learn more about effective interventions for decreasing motor vehicle injuries below.

Contact Information

Maria Cariaso, CPST
Injury Prevention Program Coordinator