The rate of adults injured in car crashes has been relatively stable except for a spike in 2012. The overall rate in 2014 was about 13 percent higher than it was five years before. Adult motorcycle injuries also remained largely steady with a smaller spike in 2012. Among violent injuries treated at University Hospital, the rate of unarmed assaults has roughly doubled over the past five years, with a fairly steady rise. Injuries from stabbings and cuttings is up 47 percent over five years, while the rate of firearm injuries has remained fairly steady over the same period.
2014 Community Trauma Report
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