6 fatalities in February
Transport and tourism
vtu, Road traffic accidents involving personal injury, road traffic accidents, killed, injured, fatalities, types of accident (for example head-on collisions, driving off the road, rear end collisions), accidents involving lorries, types of road user (for example car drivers, cyclists, pedestrians), types of vehicle (for example passenger cars, buses, motor cycles), tyre typesLand transport , Transport and tourism

Road traffic accidents involving personal injuryFebruary 2017, preliminary figures

As from January 2017only figures for the total number of killed and injured are published under degree of injury. Figures for detailed degree of injury are published with a delay of 4 months.



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6 fatalities in February

In February 2017, 6 persons were killed on Norwegian roads according to preliminary figures. In February 2016, the corresponding figure was 10.

Persons killed or injured in road traffic accidents
February 2017Average, current month, last 5 year period
KilledAll injuredKilledAll injured
Both sexes663311420
Group of road user
Drivers of car43846250
Passengers of car02093110
Drivers and passengers on motorcycle and moped0608
Cyclists ,pedestrians and persons sledging227251
0-15 years050022
16-24 years01632107
25-44 years31972147
45-64 years21413100
65 years or older169343
Unknown age01301
Figure 1. People killed in road traffic accidents

The average for February over the last 10 years is 11 fatalities.

The fatalities last month consisted of four men and two women. Four of the fatalities were car drivers and two were pedestrians.