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There were 14,299 serious injury crashes in Texas in 2017 with 17,546 people sustaining a serious injury.
The annual vehicle miles traveled in Texas during 2017 reached 274.580 billion, an increase of 1.22% over the 271.263 billion traveled in 2016.
Fatalities in traffic crashes in rural areas of the state accounted for 52.4% of the state’s traffic fatalities. There were 1,950 deaths in rural traffic crashes.
Single vehicle, run-off the road crashes resulted in 1,313 deaths in 2017. This was 35.29% of all motor vehicle traffic deaths in 2017.
761 people were killed in crashes occurring in intersections or related to an intersection. There were 552 people killed in head-on crashes in 2017.
There were no deathless days on Texas roadways in 2017.
Based on reportable crashes in 2017:
1 person was killed every 2 hours 21 minutes
1 person was injured every 2 minutes 4 seconds
Injured in a Trucking Accident? Contact Thomas J. Henry
If you or a loved one have suffered a serious injury after being involved in an 18-wheeler accident, contact Thomas J. Henry immediately. Our experienced commercial trucking injury attorneys are available to respond to semi-truck accidents at any hour, day or night. Our lawyers understand that the immediate acquisition of evidence is paramount to understanding how the accident occurred. We will take immediate action on your case.