Two-thirds of all people in the United States who choke to death are under four years of age, according to the National Safety Council.
The National Safety Council reports that bicycles, stairs, and doors, in that order, cause more accidents in the home than any other objects.
Natural gas has no smell. The odor is artificially added so that people will be able to identify leaks and take measures to stop them.
Motor-vehicle accidents account for 50 percent of all accidental deaths in the United States.
More Americans have died in automobile accidents than have died in all the wars ever fought by the United States.
If a car is moving at 55 miles per hour it will travel 56 feet before the driver can shift his foot from the accelerator to the break.
Firemen have the most dangerous job in America.
Every 45 seconds a house catches fire in the United States.
According to the National Safety Council, there is one accidental death every five minutes in the United States. There is a major injury every three seconds.
A toothpick is the object most often choked on by Americans.