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- As of December 10, 2014, 22 people in Colorado had been killed by hit and run drivers, while 18 people died in 2013 as the result of a hit-and-run driver.
- The Denver metro area in particular has experienced a jump in injuries related to hit-and-run drivers.
- In Lakewood, Aurora and Denver, there were 446 injury hit-and-runs during the first eleven months of 2014.
- Taking all hit-and-runs accidents into account (car damage only, injuries and fatalities), 306 hit-and-runs occurred on Federal Boulevard alone during 2014, making the street the most dangerous for hit-and-runs in the City and County of Denver.
- More than half of all the hit-and-run fatalities in Colorado between the years 2008 and 2013 were pedestrians. At least half of these pedestrians were considered to be at least somewhat responsible for the accident because they were jaywalking or otherwise engaging in dangerous behaviors which contributed to the accident.
- In 2014 two-thirds of all fatal hit-and-run accidents in Colorado contained an alcohol-related component.
- Colorado ranks tenth in the nation for hit-and-run fatalities per capita.