Annual Statewide Fatalities and Serious Injury Crashes The Cyclist emphasis area if focused on crashes where cyclists sustained a fatal or suspected serious injury. Crash with cyclists are a concern given that the cyclists are more likely to sustain a fatal or sever injuries compared to vehicle occupants. Distracted Driving crashes are those where distraction in the vehicle, driver inattention, or cell phone use was cited as a contributing factor. The Impaired Driving emphasis area includes those crashes where at least one driver was identified as having been drinking, having taken medication, been under the influence of alcohol or drugs, a greater than zero, or a positive drug test. An intersection crash is one that occurs within the boundaries of an intersection or in which the first harmful event occurred on an approach to or an exit from an intersection and is related to movement through the intersection. As such the intersection Safety emphasis area includes crashes at or related to an intersection. The Motorcycle emphasis area is focused on crashes where motorcyclists sustain a fatal or suspected serios injury. Crashes with motorcyclists are more likely to sustain a fatal or sever injury compared to vehicle occupants. Crashes with pedestrians are a concern given that the pedestrians are more likely to sustain fatal of severe injuries compared to vehicle occupants. The Roadway and Lane Departures emphasis area encompasses two crash types pertaining to difficulties with lane keeping: single motor vehicles that run off the road (SVROR) and head-on collisions where a vehicle crossed into oncoming lane but was not passing. SVROR describes a crash where only one vehicle is involved and the first harmful event impact occurred on the shoulder, beyond the shoulder, or in the median of the roadway. Head-on crashes involve two motor vehicles traveling straight and in opposite directions prior to the impact. Speeding is a concern because the injury severity of crashes increases. The speeding emphasis area includes those crashes where unsafe speed under the limit, or failing to control speed was cited as a contributing factor. The Occupant Protection is emphasis is focused on unrestrained occupants of the automobiles. These individuals are more likely to sustain a fatal or severe injury.