Deer-Vehicle Crash Information Clearinghouse

Connecticut Data

Year
Total Crashesa,b
Animal-Vehicle Crashes a,b,c
Percent Animal-Vehicle Crashes
Fatalitiesc
Injuriesc,d
Post-Hunt Deer Population Estimates
Deer Kill Incident Reportse
1993
--
--
--
--
--
49,000
--
1994
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
1995
72,513
--
--
--
--
--
--
1996
78,348
--
--
--
--
54,000
2,875
1997
74,735
--
--
--
--
--
2,612
1998
72,555
--
--
--
--
--
2,263
1999
78,315
1,165
1.49
0
175
--
2,674
2000
82,777
1,257
1.52
0
172
76,000
3,098
2001
83,249
1,255
1.51
1
154
--
3,038
2002
78,673
1,049
1.33
2
127
--
2,434
2003
80,896
1,217
1.50
1
116
62,000
2,778
2004
81,770
1,213
1.48
0
152
--
2,620
2005
80,896
1,070
1.32
2
129
--
2,667
2006
71,723
1,002
1.40
1
134
63,000
2,029
2007
113,065
1,801
1.59
0
116
--
1,967
2008
104,187
3,343
3.21
1
243
--
2,188
2009
103,719
3,301
3.18
1
292
--
1,902
2010
101,625
2,927
2.88
3
307
--
1,456
2011
78,437
2.387
3.04
1
349
--
1,683
2012
95,515
2,990
3.13
0
350
--
1,177
2013
95,826
2,886
3.01
2
292
--
1,212

Notes:
aA reportable motor vehicle crash involves one or more vehicles and results in death, injury, or property damage of at least $1000.
bFrom April 1, 1992 to December 31, 2006 the crash data does not include property damage incidents reported on non-state-maintained roadways.
cFrom 2008 to 2012, the crash data include the crashes related to annimal or foreigh object in road.

dIn some cases a fatality may result from what is initially reported as an injury.
eReport sometimes completed by law enforcement whenever an animal-vehicle incident occurs.


Users of this information are advised to contact their local state departments of transportation and natural resources to confirm and verify the above information.