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Table 2 Distribution of pedestrians by age and gender group according to the role of the pedestrian and the driver involved in the collision

From: Gender and age differences in components of traffic-related pedestrian death rates: exposure, risk of crash and fatality rate

  Driver not at fault/Pedestrian not at fault Driver not at fault/Pedestrian at fault Driver at fault/Pedestrian at fault Driver at fault/Pedestrian not at faulta
  Males Females Males Females Males Females Males Females
Age (years) N % N % N % N % N % N % N % N %
0–14 925 18.2 559 11.2 7323 25.8 3847 20.4 1644 16.5 1016 11.2 2106 12.0 1744 7.9
15–24 600 11.8 586 11.7 3316 11.7 2562 13.6 1092 10.9 977 10.8 1703 9.7 2550 11.5
25–34 715 14.1 575 11.5 3223 11.3 1707 9.0 1146 11.5 687 7.6 2056 11.7 2250 10.2
35–44 604 11.9 535 10.7 3022 10.6 1425 7.5 978 9.8 710 7.9 1791 10.2 2134 9.6
45–54 523 10.3 583 11.7 2625 9.2 1619 8.6 1021 10.2 913 10.1 1869 10.6 2624 11.9
55–65 530 10.4 635 12.7 2654 9.3 2049 10.8 1109 11.1 1127 12.5 2112 12.0 2987 13.5
65–74 499 9.8 681 13.6 3031 10.7 2776 14.7 1294 13.0 1635 18.1 2793 15.9 3597 16.2
75–84 508 10.0 632 12.6 2458 8.7 2379 12.6 1286 12.9 1577 17.4 2473 14.0 3368 15.2
>84 173 3.4 213 4.3 756 2.7 534 2.8 415 4.2 402 4.4 703 4.0 883 4.0
Total 5077 100.0 4999 100.0 28 408 100.0 18 898 100.0 9985 100.0 9044 100.0 17 606 100.0 22 137 100.0
  1. aThis last group of pedestrians was used to obtain exposure rate ratios