3.4 CRASH CLASSIFICATION BY INJURY SEVERITY

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    Topic: 3.4 Crash Classification by Injury Severity    Posted: Aug/27/2018 at 11:05am – author:Kellee_TSASS
    3.4 Crash Classification by Injury Severity
    3.4.1 introduction: The purpose of this classification is to describe the severity of a road vehicle traffic crash in terms of injuries received. The crash is classified according to the most serious injury to any person involved.
    3.4.2 categories: There are five mutually exclusive categories of injury severity for classification of road vehicle crashes. (See 2.3.1-2.3.6.1; 3.4.2.1) These may be reduced to three mutually exclusive categories by combining the nonfatal injury categories. (See 3.4.2.2)
    3.4.2.1 five category set: Road vehicle crash categories, in order of precedence, are:
    • Fatal injury crash (K)
    • Suspected serious injury crash (A)
    • Suspected minor injury crash (B)
    • Possible injury crash (C)
    • No apparent injury crash (O)
    3.4.2.2 three category set: Road vehicle crash categories, in order of precedence, are:
    • Fatal injury crash
    • Nonfatal injury crash
    • No apparent injury crash (also referred to as property damage only crash) (See 2.4.30)
    3.4.3 general: The “no-apparent-injury crash” classification applies only to road vehicle crashes which result in damage but not injury.

     

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