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Post 1 Fatality Report

Fatal Report for 2019
Fatal Totals as of 06/16/19
Statewide Fatalities to date: 300 2018 same reporting period: 300
Out of the 300
Motor Vehicle 243
Not wearing a Seatbelt 109
Belted 102
Unknown Usage of Seatbelt 27
Child Restraint 4
N/A 1
Motorcycle 26
No Helmet 18
Helmet 8
Unk Helmet 0
ATV 0
No Helmet 0
Helmet 0
Unknown Helmet 0
Scooter/Moped 0
Pedestrians 29
Bicyclist 2
Animal Drawn 0
Alcohol Involved Fatalities 46
Crashes involved a commercial vehicle 44
   
Post 5 District Fatalities: 8 2018 same reporting period: 18
2019 Fatal for Post 5 District
Fatal by County
Carroll 1
Gallatin 1
Henry 2
Oldham 3
Owen 1
Trimble 0
Total 8
Through June 16, 2019, preliminary statistics* indicate that three hundred (300) people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways during 2019. There are zero (0) less than that was reported for the same time period in 2018.
Through June 9, 2019, there have been eight (8) persons killed in the Post 5 District: Two (2) victims were not wearing a seatbelt , three (3) victims were wearing a seatbelt , zero (0) victims seatbelt were unknown and zero (0) victims child restraints were used, one (1) victims were not wearing a helmet (motorcycle) , one (1) victims were wearing a helmet (motorcycle) , zero (0) victim helmet was unknown (motorcycle) , zero (0) victims were not wearing a helmet (ATV), zero (0) were bicyclists and one (1) victims were pedestrians. Zero (0) fatality crashes involved the suspected use of alcohol.
Total for 2019 Statewide 300
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