More than 370,000 people were killed in car crashes in the U.S. from 2004 to 2013. Alcohol was involved in 31% of those, while distracted driving led to 18%, according to the Department of Transportation. Speeding was also a factor in almost a third of those deaths. Click on the interactive version and you’ll find an amazingly detailed and troubling look at what’s been happening on our roads over the past decade. Dots begin to take shape as men, women and children as you zoom in. The different colors represent drivers in red, passengers in orange, pedestrians in yellow, cyclists in blue and groups in purple.