Injury Data

Why is injury data important?

Injuries and violence are the leading causes of death and hospitalization for Washingtonians younger than 44 years old. Injuries are a common reason for people to be hospitalized. Injuries may result in death (fatal) or may be non-fatal. WTN includes data on a variety of common injuries, including: burns, drownings, falls, firearms, motor vehicle accidents, poisonings, and suffocation.

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Fatal Injuries

Non-fatal Injuries

Injury Deaths - County

Injury Deaths - ACH

Injury Deaths by Age - County

Injury Deaths by Age - ACH

Injury Deaths by Age - EMS Region

Additional Resources

Injury and Violence Prevention Program

Health of Washington State Report, Injury and Violence

Injury and Violence Prevention Publications

Suicide Prevention Program

Water Recreation Program

Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center

Injury and Violence Prevention and Control - CDC

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Seattle Children's Hospital Drowning Prevention

Washington Poison Center

Washington Traffic Safety Commission

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