In 2006, fixed object crashes accounted for 34.6% of fatal crashes, although they represented only 14.4% of overall crashes. Additionally, non-collision crashes where a vehicle overturned represented 10.3% of fatal crashes while only accounting for roughly 2% of overall crashes.
Collision with a moving vehicle or a fixed object, or non-collision overturn crashes accounted for 93.4 percent of motor vehicle crashes in 2006.
Collisions with trees were the second most common fatal crash type in 2006, followed closely by overturned vehicle.
Although motor vehicle collisions with deer was the second most common overall crash type, these crashes only accounted for four fatal crashes in 2006.
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