Minnesota Injury Facts 2005 Edition: Fatal Injuries
Fatal unintentional injuries ("accidents") steal the lives of 1,650 Minnesotans on average each year. Nearly 40 percent of these deaths are traffic-related; another 30 percent are caused by falls. Most are preventable.
|Top Ten Causes of Unintentional-Injury Deaths in Minnesota, 2000-2004|
|Cause||Deaths||Percent of Total||Yearly Average|
|Motor vehicle traffic||3,144||38.2||629|
|Late effects of causes other than transport & fall||95||1.2||19|
Source: Minnesota Department of Health
More information on fatal injuries in Minnesota: Minnesota Department of Health http://www.health.state.mn.us/injury/pub/mort/index.cfm
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