Newark, NJ - 3/25/2010 - A car was completely ablaze on the John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge, in Newark, NJ, today at 12:00 p.m. Police surrounded the vehicle and traffic was backed up for miles. Ambulance were on their way. At this writing it is undetermined if the driver and / or passenger was hurt.
Car crash statistics, especially for car crashes by age, are important indicators of the elevated risks of certain age groups when it comes to operating a motor vehicle. A car crash kills a person every 12 minutes on average in the United States. Every year there are more than 6 million car accidents, the cause of about 40,000 fatalities per year. Among other factors, statistics are compiled based on age and location. Depending on the age group, the chances of a fatal car accident is more or less likely to happen. Indeed, the highest risk age group is 16 to 19-year olds. The following is a list of statistics for car crashes based on age and location. It does not take into account whether, for instance, the crash involved a side impact or head-on collision, but certain other criteria are included.
Newark, NJ: According to Allstate Insurance, people are more likely to be involved in a car crash in Newark, NJ than anywhere else in the nation