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number and rate/100,000 youth/young adults ages 15-24 years

 

 

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Region [+] Create Custom Regions number rate/100,000   number rate/100,000 Trend
New York State 355 13.5   243 8.8 Down
New York City 66 6.3   42 3.7 Down
   Bronx County *12 *6.0   *11 *4.9 Down
   Kings County *18 *5.4   *10 *2.7 Down
   New York County *8 *4.4   *5 *2.5 Down
   Queens County 23 8.5   *11 *3.9 Down
   Richmond County *5 *8.3   *5 *8.3  
Rest of State 289 18.3   201 12.4 Down
Albany County *4 *8.9   *3 *6.1 Down
Allegany County *3 *29.0   *0 *3.4 Down
Broome County *5 *15.3   *2 *7.2 Down
Cattaraugus County *3 *23.5   *3 *23.6 Up
Cayuga County *2 *21.0   *3 *31.6 Up
Chautauqua County *3 *15.2   *2 *9.8 Down
Chemung County *3 *21.5   *1 *11.2 Down
Chenango County *1 *14.2   *2 *31.8 Up
Clinton County *4 *25.7   *6 *41.4 Up
Columbia County *2 *24.7   *1 *17.6 Down
Cortland County *2 *16.3   *0 *0.0 Down
Delaware County *4 *52.2   *2 *24.9 Down
Dutchess County *7 *16.5   *6 *13.1 Down
Erie County *15 *11.2   *12 *9.3 Down
Essex County *2 *33.8   *1 *21.8 Down
Franklin County *3 *39.0   *2 *22.5 Down
Fulton County *2 *32.5   *1 *9.7 Down
Genesee County *2 *29.4   *2 *29.2 Down
Greene County *2 *26.7   *2 *33.8 Up
Hamilton County *0 *60.2   *0 *0.0 Down
Herkimer County *2 *27.0   *2 *27.6 Up
Jefferson County *2 *12.5   *5 *26.4 Up
Lewis County *1 *34.7   *1 *19.1 Down
Livingston County *4 *27.9   *3 *23.7 Down
Madison County *2 *18.4   *4 *28.0 Up
Monroe County *18 *16.3   *8 *7.2 Down
Montgomery County *2 *38.3   *1 *16.1 Down
Nassau County 24 14.1   *18 *10.3 Down
Niagara County *6 *21.3   *4 *14.9 Down
Oneida County *6 *17.2   *3 *8.0 Down
Onondaga County *9 *13.0   *5 *6.7 Down
Ontario County *1 *6.8   *1 *9.1 Up
Orange County *13 *23.3   *9 *16.4 Down
Orleans County *0 *5.4   *2 *28.0 Up
Oswego County *6 *29.2   *4 *19.6 Down
Otsego County *2 *17.1   *0 *0.0 Down
Putnam County *2 *19.0   *2 *18.8 Down
Rensselaer County *5 *19.9   *3 *14.0 Down
Rockland County *4 *11.0   *3 *6.2 Down
St. Lawrence County *4 *16.5   *2 *11.2 Down
Saratoga County *5 *17.0   *5 *17.1 Up
Schenectady County *1 *3.4   *2 *11.1 Up
Schoharie County *1 *19.0   *1 *19.7 Up
Schuyler County *0 *13.0   *0 *0.0 Down
Seneca County *1 *13.7   *1 *20.8 Up
Steuben County *4 *31.6   *2 *19.0 Down
Suffolk County 49 26.2   33 16.3 Down
Sullivan County *7 *71.6   *3 *27.0 Down
Tioga County *1 *19.5   *2 *32.8 Up
Tompkins County *4 *12.5   *1 *4.1 Down
Ulster County *6 *22.4   *3 *13.0 Down
Warren County *2 *28.3   *1 *12.5 Down
Washington County *5 *53.6   *1 *12.1 Down
Wayne County *5 *41.1   *2 *20.1 Down
Westchester County *11 *9.7   *7 *6.0 Down
Wyoming County *2 *33.8   *2 *31.9 Down
Yates County *0 *8.9   *0 *8.5 Down

Created October 21, 2014 12:42 AM EST


Notes:

  • † The number displayed for this three-year average is 0 yet the rate displayed is greater than 0. This occurs when very few cases are reported during a three year period. Due to rounding, the number is presented as 0 and the rate, while very small, is greater than 0.
  • The data are suppressed when the denominator is less than 30.
  • Rates represent the average number of hospitalizations or deaths due to motor vehicle crashes per year per 100,000 youth/young adults 15-24 years.
  • New York City and Rest of State have varying driving privileges for people learning to drive and for drivers under 18 years of age. While Long Island Counties and Rest of State have restrictions for junior license drivers, under no circumstances can drivers with a junior license drive in New York City. However, upon completion of a state-approved high school or college driver education course, a driver 17 years of age is eligible for a regular license (Class D), enabling them to drive in New York City.
  • * Rates are not stable when the number is less than 20.

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