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12z2 -- Personal injury accidents by type of accident and involved, 2003-2021*

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. missing The most recent year is the cumulative sum of the months preceding the time of update.
The compilation of statistics on seriously injured started in 2014 and they are calculated two years after the end of the statistical year.
More in the database service: https://tieliikenneonnettomuudet.stat.fi/PXWeb/pxweb/en/Tieliikenneonnettomuudet
Game animal accidents: https://pxnet2.stat.fi/PXWeb/pxweb/en/Kokeelliset_tilastot/Kokeelliset_tilastot__riista/

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* preliminary data

Year

2020*

* preliminary data

2021*

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Killed

A person who has died as a consequence of an accident within 30 days from the accident, excluding deaths from seizures.

Injured (incl. seriously injured)

A person who has not died (within 30 days of the accident), but has sustained injuries in the accident which require medical care or observation in hospital, treatment at home (sick leave) or operative treatment, such as stitches. If a person has sustained bruises, scratches or the like that do not require aforementioned treatment, he/she is not regarded as injured.

Seriously injured

A person who has not died (within 30 days of the accident), but has sustained injuries in the accident which require medical care or observation in a medical care institution and who has visited a doctor within six days of the accident and the injury or injuries have been classified as serious in accordance with the AIS Abbreviated Injury Scale (AAAM, Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine).