Leading Causes of Fatal Injuries and
Rates Per 100,000 Population, 2009-2014
Marquette County Residents, Michigan
Both Sexes, All Ages

LEADING CAUSES OF
FATAL INJURIES
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FATAL INJURIES RATE 
95% CONFIDENCE INTERVAL
Annual
 Average 
2009-2013
  2014   Annual
Average
2009-2013
2014
 ALL FATAL INJURIES 43.0 34 64.0 8.6 50.2 16.9
 Unintentional - Poisoning 8.6 8 12.8 3.8 11.8 8.2
 Unintentional - Burn, Fire/Flame 1.0 4 * *
 Transport Fatal Injuries 8.0 3 11.9 3.7 *
 Unintentional - Fall 6.6 3 9.8 3.3 *
 Unintentional - Suffocation 1.4 3 * *
 Suicides - Firearm 4.8 2 * *
 Suicides - Hanging/Suffocation 2.4 1 * *
 Homicides - Firearm 1.0 1 * *
 Unintentional - Drowning 0.6 * *
 Suicides - Poisoning 1.4 * *
 All Other 7.2 9 10.7 3.5 13.3 8.7

Notes:

A transport fatal injury is any fatal injury involving a device designed primarily for, or being used at the time primarily for, conveying persons or goods from one place to another. This category includes accidents involving: aircraft, spacecraft, watercraft, motor vehicle, railway, and other road vehicles (excludes intentional or undetermined deaths).

Zero deaths and rates are shown by a "—".

Rates are per 100,000 population for the specified age and sex group in the geographic area. Adding and subtracting the number shown after the symbol from the rate creates an interval indicating that the true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds with 95% statistical confidence.

"*" indicates the number of cases is too small (4 deaths or less) to calculate a statistically reliable rate.
"**" indicates that data were suppressed (4 deaths or less) to assure confidentiality.

Source: Michigan Resident Death Files,
Division of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

Last Updated: 01/25/2016