Motor Vehicle Serious Injuries by Month

Published by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General - RoadSafetyBC
Licensed under Open Government License - British Columbia

The number of serious injuries caused by motor vehicles in British Columbia by month and year. This data includes only crashes attended by a police officer where the officer assesses that a victim will require more than 24 hours of hospitalization. This data excludes victims on roads where the Motor Vehicle Act does not apply (such as forest-service roads, industrial roads and private driveways); victims of off-road snow mobile accidents; homicides or suicides; and crashes where a police officer does not attend.

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Additional Information

Data QualityNumbers will settle for the most recent time periods. Rounding has not been applied to this data.
Lineage StatementData based on police reports made into the Traffic Accident System (TAS) administered by ICBC.

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Contact Information

NameNeil Arason (pointOfContact)
Emailneil.arason@gov.bc.ca
OrganizationMinistry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Sub-OrganizationRoadSafetyBC

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Who can view this dataset? Public
Who can download this dataset?Public

Metadata Information

Record Published 2014-04-02
Record Last Modified 2016-03-30
Resource Status onGoing

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