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VICTIM table which contains information about injured parties  – unique VEH_ID field. A common way to work with data of this structure is to create a party-level table or a victim-level table that has data from all its parents joined to each row.  For example, if you plan to do analyses at the victim-level, you can start with a VICTIM table and join in values from corresponding PARTY and CRASH tables.  Please refer to this link for the Party table. Please refer to this link for the related SWITRS collision data. For more references on joining this table to SWITRS collisions, go to this link at LA County GIS Portal. 

Dataset Attributes

  • OBJECTID
    Number
  • CASE_ID
    Text
    {"value"=>"0613791", "count"=>15} (), {"value"=>"0617176", "count"=>9} (), {"value"=>"0605141", "count"=>8} (), {"value"=>"0603335", "count"=>8} (), {"value"=>"0623679", "count"=>7} (), {"value"=>"0617195", "count"=>7} (), {"value"=>"0606601", "count"=>7} (), {"value"=>"0604635", "count"=>7} (), {"value"=>"0416281", "count"=>7} (), {"value"=>"0621227", "count"=>6} ()
  • PARTY_NUMBER
    Number
    1 to 15
  • VICTIM_ROLE
    Number
    1 to 5
  • VICTIM_SEX
    Text
  • VICTIM_AGE
    Number
    0 to 999
  • VICTIM_DEGREE_OF_INJURY
    Number
    0 to 4
  • VICTIM_SEATING_POSITION
    Number
    0 to 9
  • VICTIM_SAFETY_EQUIP_1
    Text
  • VICTIM_SAFETY_EQUIP_2
    Text
  • VICTIM_EJECTED
    Number
    0 to 3
  • ACCIDENT_YEAR
    Number
    2003 to 2014

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