The worst pedestrian according to the BC Coroners report on Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities: A Review of 2010-2012 Coroner Cases is a:
70-79 year old male wearing dark clothes who is out on a Saturday evening between 1801-2000 in January while going straight or crossing with the signal or waiting on the sidewalk or median at an intersection as a car turns left.
Unless you were a young drunk guy.
Then it’s a different story.
Pedestrian Death by gender
Pedestrian Deaths (5) and Death rate per 100,000 population by age group
Pedestrian deaths by incident month
Pedestrian deaths by incident day
Pedestrian deaths by time of incident
Light controlled intersections: Pedestrian Actions
Light controlled intersections: Driver Action
Light controlled intersections: Crossing behaviour by driver action
While wearing dark clothing
Pedestrian deaths by age group, road configuration
Pedestrian alcohol and/or drug use contributory by age group (%)