The Top 5 Leading Causes of Accidental Death for Females 15 to 29

  Cause of Death Number of Accidental Deaths
1 Self-inflicted Injuries 92,703
2 Road Traffic Injuries 69,938
3 Fires 42,002
4 Interpersonal Violence 33,457
5 War Injuries 26,250
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  1. Road traffic injuries and self inflicted injuries are the leading causes of injury-related death worldwide.
  2. Injury is the leading cause of death and disability for all age groups except for persons 60 years of age or older.
  3. Worldwide, road traffic injuries are the leading injury-realted cause of death and burden of disease in males.
  4. The low and middle-income countries of Europe are the only regions to show poisoning as the leading cause of death.
  5. Interpersonal Violence as a leading cause of death among males has declined slightly and the rank of suicide deaths among females has decreased since 1998.
Tags: Death Statistics, Leading Causes of Death, Top 5 Causes of Accidental Death

Sources:  WHO report: Injury, a leading cause of the global burden of disease 2000.

List Notes: All Statistics are reported deaths for the year 2000. This WHO study combines mortality data from national vital registration systems with information obtained from surveys, censuses,epidemiological studies and health service data.
Leading Causes of Accidental Death for Females 15 to 29

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