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Anaheim leads in Orange County traffic deaths and injuries.


Posted on May 09, 2010

In 2009, 155 people were killed in Orange County traffic accidents. Anaheim had 24 deaths and 3,012 injuries, more than any other city in Orange County. It was followed by Santa Ana, Garden Grove and Huntington Beach.

These numbers come from The California Office of Traffic Safety
  
Anaheim 24 killed; 3,012 injured
Santa Ana 16 killed; 1,882 injured
Garden Grove 13 killed; 996 injured
Huntington Beach 12 killed; 1,343 injured
San Clemente 11 killed; 222 injured
Orange 10 killed; 1,118 injured
Costa Mesa 8 killed; 1,061 injured
Irvine 6 killed; 1,220 injured
Newport Beach 6 killed; 592 injured
Lake Forest 6 killed; 253 injured
Fullerton 4 killed; 1,015 injured
Westminster 4 killed; 650 injured
Buena Park 4 killed; 643 injured
Fountain Valley 3 killed; 532 injured
Tustin 3 killed; 563 injured
Mission Viejo 3 killed; 329 injured
Seal Beach 3 killed; 215 injured
Yorba Linda 2 killed; 298 injured
Laguna Niguel 2 killed; 150 injured
Los Alamitos 2 killed; 108 injured
Brea 1 killed; 383 injured
La Habra 1 killed; 352 injured
Laguna Beach 1 killed; 189 injured
Stanton 1 killed; 160 injured
Cypress 1 killed; 154 injured
Rancho Santa Margaria 1 killed; 97 injured
Laguna Woods 1 killed; 26 injured
Laguna Hills 0 killed; 235 injured
Placentia 0 killed; 235 injured
San Juan Capistrano 0 killed; 205 injured
La Palma 0 killed; 124 injured
Dana Point 0 killed; 118 injured
Aliso Viejo 0 killed; 63 injured
Villa Park 0 killed; 9 injured
        
Unincorporated State Highways 7 killed; 126 injured
County Roadways 6 killed; 303 injured

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