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1 4 Luna County Produced for the New Mexico Department of Transportation, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, Under Contract 58 by the University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies, Traffic Research Unit Distributed in compliance with New Mexico Statute as a reference source regarding New Mexico traffic crashes For the purposes of this report, data are compiled by the University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies, Traffic Research Unit (TRU), on behalf of the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT). Data in this report may differ from that in other data sources, such as the Federal Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), due to the timing of publications and rules for how data are compiled and maintained in Federal vs. State databases. If you have questions regarding this report, please contact the Traffic Safety Division at /9/6 Page

2 Definitions Aggravated DWI A driver arrested for ) driving with a BAC of.6 or higher, ) driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and causing bodily injury to a human being as a result, or 3) driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and refusing to submit to a BAC test at the time of arrest for DWI. Alcohol-involved Crash A crash for which the Uniform Crash Report indicated that ) a DWI citation was issued, ) alcohol was a contributing factor, or 3) a person in control of a vehicle (including a pedestrian or pedalcyclist) was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol. Alcohol-involved Driver A person in control of a vehicle who was cited for DWI or indicated on the Uniform Crash Report as being either suspected or determined by testing to be under the influence of alcohol. There can be multiple alcohol-involved drivers in a single alcohol-involved crash. Crash A reported incident on a public roadway involving one or more motor vehicles that resulted in death, personal injury, or at least $5 in property damage. Crashes on private property (such as a parking lot) are not included. DWI Arrest (Citation) In this report, a DWI arrest (a.k.a. a DWI citation) is a driver arrested for either DWI or aggravated DWI. New Mexico s legal limit for presumption of driving while intoxicated (DWI) is.8 for noncommercial drivers older than years of age,.4 for commercial vehicle drivers, and. for drivers younger than years of age. DWI Conviction A driver convicted of driving under the intoxicating influence of alcohol, narcotics, or pathogenic drugs, including aggravated DWI. Fatal Crash A crash in which at least one person was killed. More than one person can be killed in a single fatal crash. Fatalities The number of people killed in a crash. The terms killed and deaths are synonymous with fatalities. A fatality is crash-related if it occurs at the time of the crash or if the person(s) involved in the crash dies within 3 days. Injury Crash A reported crash in which at least one person was injured. Injury crashes involve at least one suspected serious injury (Class A), suspected minor injury (Class B), or possible injury (Class C). Fatal crashes are not included. Missing Data An indication that the applicable field on the UCR form was left blank or contained an invalid code. Starting with crashes that occurred in, improvements in the identification of missing data in the NMDOT crash database led to an increase in the reported amount of missing data. Pedalcyclist A person riding a mechanism of transport that is powered solely by pedals (a.k.a. bicyclist). Pedestrian A person on foot, walking, running, jogging, hiking, sitting or lying down who is involved in a motor vehicle traffic crash. Sources Crash Data New Mexico Department of Transportation, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, Traffic Crash Database, as of the report date below. Crash data are compiled using NMDOT Uniform Crash Reports (UCR), submitted by law enforcement agencies in the state, for any incident on a public roadway involving one or more motor vehicles that resulted in death, injury, or at least $5 in property damage. These reports are processed by the NMDOT Traffic Records Bureau and analyzed by the University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies, Traffic Research Unit (TRU). DWI Citation Tracking System (CTS) New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department (NM TRD), Motor Vehicle Division (MVD), DWI Citation Tracking System (CTS), as of July 5. Repeat offenders are identified by the combination of account key, arrest date, and citation number. County data are based upon the county where the arrest took place. City data are based upon the city where the offender resides. Urban Areas New Mexico Department of Transportation, Asset Management and Planning, U.S. Census Urbanized Area Boundaries, NMDOT-Adjusted, and U.S. Census Urban Clusters, August, 3. In crashes before 3, urban was defined as a town or city with a population of at least,5 people. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

3 Table : Total Crashes and Alcohol-involved Crashes by Crash Severity in Luna County, 5-4 Total Crashes Alcohol-involved Crashes Year Fatal Injury Property Damage Only Total Fatal Injury Property Damage Only Total Figure : Alcohol-involved Fatal and Injury Crashes Compared with Non-alcohol-involved Fatal and Injury Crashes in Luna County, Alcohol-involved Fatal and Injury Crashes Non-alcohol-involved Fatal and Injury Crashes Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 3

4 Table : Crashes by Month in Luna County, -4 Month Crashes Year Average January February March April May June July August September October November December Total Crashes Table 3: Alcohol-involved Crashes by Month in Luna County, -4 Month Alcohol-involved Crashes Year Average January 3 3 February March 3 April May June 3 July August 3 September 4 3 October November 4 December Total Crashes Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 4

5 Figure : Crashes by Hour in Luna County, a.m. a.m. 4 a.m. 6 a.m. 8 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. p.m. * In 4, Luna County had 4 crashes for which hour data were missing. Figure 3: Alcohol-involved Crashes by Hour in Luna County, a.m. a.m. 4 a.m. 6 a.m. 8 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. p.m. * In 4, Luna County had alcohol-involved crashes for which hour data were missing. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 5

6 Table 4: Alcohol-involved Crashes by Weekday in Luna County, -4 Weekday Alcohol-involved Crashes Year Average Sunday Monday 3 Tuesday 3 3 Wednesday Thursday 3 Friday Saturday Total Crashes Table 5: Fatal and Injury Crashes by Weekday in Luna County, -4 Weekday Fatal and Injury Crashes Year Average Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total Crashes Table 6: Pedestrian and Pedalcyclist Crashes by Weekday in Luna County, -4 Weekday Pedestrian and Pedalcyclist Crashes Year Average Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday 3 4 Thursday 3 Friday 3 Saturday Total Crashes Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 6

7 Figure 4: Fatal and Injury Crashes by Hour in Luna County, a.m. a.m. 4 a.m. 6 a.m. 8 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. p.m. * In 4, Luna County had 3 crashes for which hour data were missing. Figure 5: Pedestrian and Pedalcyclist Crashes by Hour in Luna County, 4 3 a.m. a.m. 4 a.m. 6 a.m. 8 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. p.m. * In 4, Luna County had crashes for which hour data were missing. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 7

8 Table 7: Severity of Injuries to People in Crashes by Rural and Urban Location in Luna County, 4 Urban and Rural Locations by Alcohol-involvement Fatalities (Class K) People in Crashes by Severity of Injuries Suspected Serious Injuries (Class A) Suspected Minor Injuries (Class B) Possible Injuries (Class C) No Apparent Injuries (Class O) Total People Total Alcohol-involved Crashes Urban 3 7 Rural Non-Interstate 4 7 Rural Interstate Total Crashes ,96 Urban Rural Non-Interstate Rural Interstate Percent Alcohol-involved % % 7% 5% 3% 3% Table 8: Total Crashes by Roadway System and Crash Severity in Luna County, -4 Crash Severity by System Crashes by Year Year Average Total Rural Interstate Fatal Crash Injury Crash Property Damage Only Crash Total Rural Non-Interstate Fatal Crash Injury Crash Property Damage Only Crash Total Urban Fatal Crash Injury Crash Property Damage Only Crash Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 8

9 Table 9: Total Crashes by Crash Classification in Luna County, -4 Crash Classification Total Crashes by Year Year Average Animal Fixed Object Other (Non-Collision) Other (Object) Other Vehicle Overturn/Rollover Parked Vehicle Pedalcyclist Pedestrian Railroad Train Rollover Vehicle on Other Road Missing Data Total Crashes Table : Vehicles in Crashes by Vehicle Type in Luna County, -4 Vehicles in Crashes by Vehicle Type Vehicle Type 5-Year 3 4 Average Bus 4 3 Motorcycle Passenger Pedalcyclist Pedestrian Pickup Semi Van/SUV/4WD Other Vehicle Missing Data Total Vehicles Pedestrians and pedalcyclists are counted as non-motorized vehicles, when involved in a crash with a motor vehicle. See Page 7 for data on drivers of non-motorized vehicles in crashes (i.e. pedestrians and pedalcyclists). Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 9

10 Table : Motor Vehicle Drivers in Crashes by Vehicle Type and Age Group in Luna County, 4 Motor Vehicle Drivers by Vehicle Type and Age Group Total Age Groups Van Motor- Other Missing Bus Passenger Pickup Semi 4WD Drivers cycle Vehicle Data SUV Missing Data Total Drivers Table : Alcohol-involved Motor Vehicle Drivers in Crashes by Vehicle Type and Age Group in Luna County, 4 Age Groups Bus Alcohol-involved Motor Vehicle Drivers by Vehicle Type and Age Group Motorcycle Passenger Pickup Semi Van 4WD SUV Other Vehicle Missing Data Total Drivers Missing Data Total Drivers See Page 7 for data on drivers of non-motorized vehicles in crashes (i.e. pedestrians and pedalcyclists). Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

11 Alcohol-involved Motor Vehicle Drivers in Crashes 6 Motor Vehicle Drivers in Crashes Luna County 6 Figure 6: Motor Vehicle Drivers in Crashes by Age Group and Sex in Luna County, Male Female * In 4, Luna County had 45 drivers in crashes for which age or sex data were missing. 9 Figure 7: Alcohol-involved Motor Vehicle Drivers in Crashes by Age Group and Sex in Luna County, Male Female * In 4, Luna County had drivers in crashes for which age or sex data were missing. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

12 Table 3: Alcohol-involved Motor Vehicle Drivers Under (Ages 5-) in Crashes in Luna County, -4 Year Age 5-Year 3 4 Total Total Drivers Table 4: Motor Vehicle Drivers Under (Ages 5-) in Crashes by Age, Sex and Alcohol-involvement in Luna County, 4 Age Total Drivers Alcohol-involved Drivers Sex Total Percent of Sex Total Male Female Drivers Total Male Female Drivers Percent of Total % % % % % 7% 8 9 5% 33% % 7% 7 9 3% 33% Total Drivers % 4 6 % For analysis of drivers under age, when the driver age or sex are not identified on the crash report (typically hitand-run drivers), the driver data are considered unreliable and are excluded from the analysis. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

13 Contributing Factors Table 5: Frequency of Contributing Factors in Crashes by Crash Severity in Luna County, 4 Frequency in Fatal Crashes Frequency in Injury Crashes Human Driver Inattention Failed to Yield Right of Way Other Improper Driving Excessive Speed 6 37 Following Too Closely Made Improper Turn Improper Backing 9 3 Speed Too Fast for Conditions 5 7 Passed Stop Sign Avoid No Contact - Vehicle 3 4 Drove Left Of Center 3 9 Alcohol Involved 6 5 Improper Lane Change Improper Overtaking 8 9 Disregarded Traffic Signal 4 5 Avoid No Contact - Other 4 4 Cell Phone 3 Drug Involved 3 Vehicle Skidded Before Brake 3 High Speed Pursuit Pedestrian Error Driverless Moving Vehicle Failed to Yield to Emergency Vehicle Failed to Yield to Police Vehicle Texting Vehicle 3 3 Defective Tires 3 4 Other Mechanical Defect 5 6 Inadequate Brakes Defective Steering Environment Low Visibility Due to Smoke Road Defect Traffic Control Not Functioning Other None Other - No Driver Error Multiple contributing factors may be reported for any vehicle in a crash. Frequency of Contributing Factor by Crash Severity Frequency in Property Damage Only Crashes Frequency in All Crashes Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 3

14 Table 6: People in Crashes by Crash Classification and Severity of Injuries in Luna County, 4 Crash Classification Fatalities (Class K) People in Crashes by Severity of Injuries Suspected Serious Injuries (Class A) Suspected Minor Injuries (Class B) Possible Injuries (Class C) No Apparent Injuries (Class O) Total People Animal 7 8 Fixed Object Other (Non-Collision) 9 Other (Object) 9 9 Other Vehicle Overturn/Rollover Parked Vehicle 5 5 Pedalcyclist 5 6 Pedestrian 4 6 Railroad Train Rollover Vehicle on Other Road 4 5 Missing Data 3 Total People ,96 Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 4

15 Table 7: Killed or Injured Unbelted People in Crashes by Sex and Age Group in Luna County, 4 Age Groups Male Unbelted People Killed or Injured, Percent of Male Female Percent of Female -4 % % 5-9 % 4% -4 % 4% 5-9 5% 4% -4 5% 9% % 4% 3-34 % % % % 4-44 % % % % 5-54 % % % % 6-64 % % % 4% 7 + % % Missing Data % % Total People % 7 % 9 People injured are in one of three categories: suspected serious injury, suspected minor injury, or possible injury. Excludes people in or on buses, heavy trucks, motorcycles, or ATVs. Total People Figure 8: Seatbelt Use by People in Crashes with Fatal or Suspected Serious Injuries in Luna County, -4 % % 8% 5% % 7% 75% 7% 5% 48% 5% 5% 78% 55% 69% 4% 73% % 3 4 Percent Belted Percent Unbelted Percent Missing Data Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 5

16 People in Alcohol-involved Crashes People in Crashes Luna County Figure 9: People in Crashes by Age Group and Sex in Luna County, Male Female * In 4, Luna County had 5 people in crashes for which age or sex data were missing. Figure : People in Alcohol-involved Crashes by Age Group and Sex in Luna County, Male Female * In 4, Luna County had 4 people in alcohol-involved crashes for which age or sex data were missing. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 6

17 Table 8: Pedestrians and Pedalcyclists in Crashes by Age Group in Luna County, -4 Age Groups Pedestrians and Pedalcyclists in Crashes Year Total People Missing Data 5 Total People Table 9: Pedestrians and Pedalcyclists in Crashes by Alcohol Involvement and Severity of Injuries in Luna County, 4 Alcohol Involvement Fatalities (Class K) Pedestrians and Pedalcyclists in Crashes Suspected Serious Injuries (Class A) Suspected Minor Injuries (Class B) Possible Injuries (Class C) No Apparent Injury (Class O) Total People Total Pedalcyclists 4 Involved Not Involved 3 Total Pedestrians Involved Not Involved Total People 3 6 Pedestrians and pedalcyclists are counted as non-motorized vehicles, when involved in a crash with a motor vehicle. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 7

18 Convictions Arrests Luna County Figure : DWI Arrests in Luna County Showing First and Repeat DWI Arrests, First DWI Arrests Repeat DWI Arrests Total DWI Arrests *Values are based upon the year of the arrest. Figure : DWI Convictions in Luna County Showing First and Repeat DWI Convictions, First DWI Convictions Repeat DWI Convictions Total DWI Convictions *Values are based upon the year of the conviction. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 8

19 Figure 3: DWI Arrests in Luna County, a.m. a.m. 4 a.m. 6 a.m. 8 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. p.m. * In 4, Luna County had 8 arrests for which hour data were missing. Table : DWI Arrests by Weekday in Luna County, -4 Weekday Year Year Average Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Total Crashes Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 9

20 Table : Driver First DWI Arrests by Age Group in Luna County, -4 Age Groups Driver First DWI Arrests Missing Data Total Drivers Values are based upon the year of the arrest. Table : Driver Repeat DWI Arrests by Age Group in Luna County, -4 Age Groups Driver Repeat DWI Arrests Missing Data Total Drivers Values are based upon the year of the arrest. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

21 Table 3: Driver First DWI Convictions by Age Group in Luna County, -4 Age Groups Driver First DWI Convictions Missing Data Total Drivers Values are based upon the year of the conviction. Table 4: Driver Repeat DWI Convictions by Age Group in Luna County, -4 Age Groups Driver Repeat DWI Convictions Missing Data Total Drivers Values are based upon the year of the conviction. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

22 Table 5: Court Disposition of DWI Arrests for Luna County and the State, 4 Court Disposition of DWI Arrest Luna County Statewide Totals Percent of Statewide Total DWI Arrests 5,86.% DWI Arrests Resulting in Convictions 68 5,64.% DWI Arrests Resulting in Dismissals,479.4% DWI Arrests Awaiting Disposition 6,743.9% These are the number of DWI arrests in 4 and whether the case resulted in a conviction or dismissal, or is still awaiting court disposition, as reported in the NM MVD Citation Tracking System (CTS) as of July 5. For this table, a very small number of "not guilty" rulings may be included in the category Dismissals. Table 6: Average Number of Days from Date of DWI Arrest to Date of Court Disposition in Luna County and the State, 4 Court Disposition Average Number of Days Luna County Statewide Deviation from Statewide Average DWI Conviction DWI Dismissal Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page

23 Table 7: Court Disposition of DWI Arrests in Luna County, -4 Year of DWI Arrest First DWI Conviction Court Disposition Repeat DWI Conviction Dismissed Values are based upon the year of the arrest. Awaiting Disposition Total DWI Arrests Figure 4: Court Dispositions by Percentage of DWI Arrests in Luna County, -4 % 75% 5% 6% 9% 9% % 3% 6% 7% 5% 4% % 6% 7% 3% 3% 8% % 4% 5% 48% 46% 47% % 3 4 First DWI Conviction Repeat DWI Conviction Dismissed Awaiting Disposition Total DWI Arrests *Table 7 contains the values used to calculate percentages shown in Figure 4. Produced for the NMDOT, Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Records Bureau, under Contract 58 8/9/6 Page 3

24 Crashes in Luna County, New Mexico, 4 Map created by the Traffic Research Unit, Geospatial & Population Studies at UNM 8 «6 Deming «48 «549 Sunshine «8 Deming «9 Columbus Miles 3 4 Legend Data Forest & Wildlife Areas Reservations & Pueblos County Boundaries City Boundaries «Interstate Highways U.S. Highways State Highways Streets & Roadways Crashes 4-3 Crashes 4-6 Crashes 7 - Crashes Source: NMDOT Crash File 4 CO#58

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