Smoke Inhalation Incidence
Facts about smoke inhalation:
- Fire-related deaths are the third most common cause of accidental death in the US.
- About 2 out of 100,000 people in the US die from fires each year.
- Smoke inhalation may account for 70 percent of fire-related deaths in the US.
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