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- Updated 3 years ago
Road Casualties by SeverityDepartment for TransportCasualties on the roads by severity (Killed/seriously injured or slight injuries) for both child and all casualties by borough since 2004. Casualties by 5 year age group and severity for London and Great Britain. Data presented is for personal injury road traffic collisions occurring on the public highway, and reported to the police, in accordance with the Stats 19 national reporting system. Also available: Casualties on the roads b...
- Updated 8 years ago
Road Collisions by SeverityDepartment for TransportRoad Collisions Data by fatal, serious or slight severity casualty groups by borough and ward. An collision is classed by the worst level of casualty. For example if an accident caused 1 slight injury, 2 serious injuries, and 1 fatality, the collision would be classed as fatal. Road casualty statistics can be found at a separate page. Accident and casualty data can also be found on DFT's Road Safety Data page. See more on the UKDA w...
- Created 10 years ago
Excess Winter Deaths, BoroughAssociation of Public Health ObservatoriesExcess Winter Deaths (EWD) by age and conditions (underlying cause of death) expressed as average per year based on 7 years pooled data, 2004-2011. EWD trend expressed as average per year based on 3 years data. The Excess Winter Mortality Index (EWM Index was calculated based on the 'ONS Method' which defines the winter period as December to March, and the non-winter period as August to November of that same year and April to July of t...