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 An (1) unstabilized situation which includes at least one (2) harmful event and involves one or more (3) motor vehicles.

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2  An (1) unstabilized situation which includes at least one (2) harmful event and involves one or more (3) motor vehicles

3  Unstabilized An unstabilized situation is a set of events not under human control, or not intentional Does not include legal intervention (P.I.T) or deliberate intent (suicide)

4  A harmful event is an occurrence of injury or damage.  Injury is bodily harm to a person  Does not include effects of diseases  Damage is harm to property that reduces the monetary value of that property.  Does not include mechanical failure during normal operation, such as a tire blowout, etc

5  Motor vehicle – any motorized (mechanically or electrically powered) road vehicle not operated on rails  Includes : ATV’s, Snowmobiles, etc  Excludes : Bicycles, Trains, Airplanes, Animals, etc

6  State Law  Any incident involving a motor vehicle that results in any injury OR damage ($1500 or more)  Damage is not limited to the motor vehicle only  Plus  Incident originated or occurred on a trafficway  Excludes parking lot aisles or stalls

7  (c) The accident reports shall: (i) provide sufficient detail to disclose the cause, conditions then existing, and the persons and vehicles involved in the accident; and (ii) contain all of the information required that is available.

8  Designed to provide consistency in gathering crash information – data elements  Used by:  UDOT  DLD  HSO  NHTSA  Others

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10  The term “in transport” denotes the state or condition of a transport vehicle which is in motion or within the portion of a transport way ordinarily used by similar transport vehicles. (ANSI D )

11 ANSI D (Figure )

12 Cannot Be First Event* Cannot Be First or Most Harmful Event Non-damage producing Damage producing

13  No injury  Possible Injury – complaint of pain without visible injury  Non-incapacitating injury – evident minor injury (cuts, bruises, contusion)  Incapacitating Injury - Injury requiring “help from the scene”  Fatal – Death as result of injuries within 30 days of crash

14  The classification of any vehicle, part of a vehicle, cargo of a vehicle, or occupant of a vehicle, remains the same from the time the unstabilized event begins until it ends.

15  Use Suspected  Any suspected use of drugs or alcohol by driver – regardless of level  Test Given  Any type of chemical test that provides a measurable or detectable amount  Test Result  Positive or negative result regardless of amount

16  Test Given  If tests being done by O.M.E – “05” Taken to M.E.  Test Results  “Pending” results need to be amended if collected by officer (DUI)

17  Original  Electronically submitted within 10 days of completion  Supplemental  Additional information added to original report  Amended Report  Changing information included in original report

18 References used: ANSI D MMUCC Guideline 4 th Edition (2012) Trooper Mark Thompson Utah Highway Safety Office (801)


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