Injury Data

 

Why should I be concerned about injuries?

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

Learn More

To learn more about injury prevention and your health, visit our Injury and Violence Prevention webpage.

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