Among drivers and pedestrians killed in crashes in 2018, drivers of large trucks had the lowest proportion of blood alcohol contents at or above 0.08% (3%) and pedestrians ages 16 and older (not included in chart) had the highest proportion at 33%. For the past five years, large truck drivers have remained at 3% of total deaths, with the estimated number of deaths ranging from 16 to 29.

Source: Insurance Institutue for Highway Safety, Highway Loss Data Institute

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