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Death from just about anything else

Subject: Death from just about anything else
From: Jon Heuch
Date: Jun 01 2018 09:13:00
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I'm not sure why we need to look at stairs - possibly because the data has
become available - but if you are so morbidly focused you might want to look
at this (2010) graphic

 

https://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/10/28/Factfi
le_deaths_large.png

 

Only 655 recorded for both stairs and steps (remember steps are dangerous
too!) but fear of the unknown should be much more up there in your mind -
especially when walking in the dark on your own: 1,229 "unknown" - possibly
aliens, falling down sinkholes...just frightens me that I might die from an
unknown cause!

 

Looking again I wouldn't worry about stairs and steps, 3,649 just fell. What
a dangerous place we live in!

 

Where's the data on zips attacking us? & vacuum cleaners? 

 

 

Jon 

 




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