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    Fast Facts: Sept. 28

    Eighty percent of the deaths that occur in U.S. casinos are caused by “”sudden heart attacks.””

    Murders claimed more American lives during the 20th century than wars did.

    The odds of being killed by a bolt of lightning are about the same as those of being killed by falling out of bed.

    More people are killed by donkeys every year than are killed in plane crashes.

    Over 2,500 lefties die each year “”using products meant for right-handed people.””

    In the next seven days, roughly 800 Americans will be injured by their jewelry.

    In 1992, 2,421 people checked into U.S. emergency rooms with injuries involving house plants.

    Number of documented deaths-by-piranha in human history: not even one.

    You’re more likely to be struck by lightning than to be eaten by a shark.

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