Road Victims’ Memorial Pages

These pages are for victims who have been lost in crashes, collisions, or vehicular accidents* on any road, highway, driveway, or parking lot, throughout the entire USA, and in any year right back to the 1800’s.

Even when they see signs like this, it’s a sad fact that many drivers only think about whether their own progress will be delayed.  By creating and publicising our Road Victims’ Memorial Pages, we aim to help increase awareness and trigger additional caution among American road users. (Copyright image, 2019.)

Since Road Safety USA was established and this website was created, we have had to expand our Memorial Pages to a separate website.  Please access it here and use the ‘Search’ facility to find individuals, specific states, law enforcement officers (‘LEO’) or any other criteria.

These victims’ pages are for everyone but will include famous people to remind us all that road tragedies can affect absolutely anyone; in this case James Dean (Wikimedia Commons)

At the Road Victims website, we invite anyone to submit details of a loved one or dear friend who has been lost in a road tragedy.

Dilapidated roadside memorial cross in long grass.
Sadly, many roadside memorials are damaged or simply collapse after only a few short years. (Copyright image, 2019.)

If you wish, we will send you guidelines about what we need in order to complete a page for your loved one.  Simply Contact Us and ask.


Like all knowledgeable road safety professionals, worldwide, we prefer not to use the word ‘accidents’ for tragedies that could almost always have been avoided, however, Internet search engines have no such scruples and we need to use the word here so that people doing a search which includes it will find this Website and Web page.


[Necessary metatags: killed, deceased, died.]