How many people are injured in automobile accidents each year in the City of Charlottesville?

According to crash statistics collected by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) from 2001 to 2008, the City of Charlottesville saw, on average 425 persons injured each year in motor vehicle accidents within the city’s jurisdiction.  (Albemarle County crash data not included).  An average of two car accident deaths occurred yearly within the City of Charlottesville during the same time period.

The DMV also reported on other crash statistics including the main causes of accidents leading to injuries including driver distraction, following too close, speeding, and failure to yield.  The majority of these accidents occur between Noon and 6:00 p.m. and involve drivers over the age of 21.

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