20 Things That Kill The Most People Per Year
Millions of people are killed each year, while most of the deaths are by natural causes, there are certainly a few which are caused by unusual circumstances. Some of these unusual circumstances include death by vending machine, choking on a hot dog, or even from falling out of bed. We’ve compiled a list of deaths caused by unusual circumstances. Some will shock you, some you would have probably already guessed — such as a shark attack. What most people don’t know, is that you have a higher chance of dying from a lightning strike than to a shark.
Read on to find out which twenty things kill the most people each year.
People are sometimes scared to go swimming in places that may have sharks, but what they don’t realize is that they have a higher chance of dying from a lightning strike than dying from a shark attack. Sharks kill only 5 people per year.
When you go to a theme park, you assume that all of the rides are safe, because they’re still operational. You may ask a friend if they want to join you on the biggest roller coaster ride there, and laugh when they say no. Well, they said no for a reason; that reason is because roller coasters cause an average of six deaths each year.
With a weight between 270 and 450kgs, vending machines have been one of the most unexpected ways to kill people, with 13 people killed each year. This happens when buyers get upset and angry because they didn’t get their product — they then shake the machine, thus causing it to tip and fall on top of them.
High School Football
High school football is a very big thing in America, but it can cause some serious injuries and possibly result in death. Even though deaths within football is very rare, it has still been found that up to 20 people each year are killed due to head injuries.