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#148112 - 08/12/03 07:00 PM Electrocution statistics

I just read that about one thousand people per year are electrocuted. This must be worldwide as I thought U.S. totals were more like 300. Does anyone know the stats and what percentage are electrical workers?
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#148113 - 08/12/03 07:02 PM Re: Electrocution statistics

Now that I check the site again it says 1,000 in the U.S. I think this is wrong, more like 300 from what I have read.


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