The number of people killed on the Sacramento region's roads increased 5 percent from 2011 to 2012, new federal data show.
Last year, 179 people in the four-county region died during car accidents, up from 171 the prior year.
About one-third of the wrecks involved alcohol. Roughly 56 percent happened at night. Saturday was the most common day for fatal wrecks. Roughly one-fourth of those killed were pedestrians or cyclists traveling outside of a motor vehicle.
This map shows every fatal car accident in 2012. Click a marker to see details of each accident.