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Synonyms for fatality

casualty

Synonyms for fatality

a termination of life, usually as the result of an accident or a disaster

the quality or condition of causing death

Synonyms for fatality

a death resulting from an accident or a disaster

the quality of being able to cause death or fatal disasters

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Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey said in the 12 months to June 2017, NSW recorded the lowest number of fatalities in at least 40 years, with only four casualties.
There were no fatalities by pedal cyclists in 2016.
Across all sectors, accidents involving vehicles accounted for 21 of all fatalities last year, while falls from a height with six cases was the next most common cause.
A comparative data of fatalities from violence in Q2 vs.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reported 7,636 RTC fatalities in the year 2013 for Pakistan.
Ashley and Ashley (2008) analyzed 4,586 flood fatalities included in the Storm Events Database for the period 1959-2005 to provide conclusions on the vulnerable states and populations in the contiguous United States.
Report said that Sindh like Q2, once again observed a reduction in fatalities in violence related activities, from 138 in Q2 to 111 in Q3.
The rate of fatalities in FATA fell from 3,371 in 2014 to 1,917 in 2015.
Between 2004 and 2013, 340,039 motor vehicle crashes resulted in fatalities.
Statistics released by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) indicate that pedestrian fatalities dropped from 9.
In 2013 there were thirty-two occupationally related fatalities reported in Alaska, with the majority of these coming from the expected industries: agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting, and transportation, using preliminary data provided by the BLS.
Texas saw a decline in the number of people killed on the job in 2013, but the state still leads the nation in workplace fatalities, according to preliminary government data released Thursday.
2 per cent, with 404 fatalities recorded in the first half of 2014, against 450 fatalities recorded during the same period in 2013.
Compare that to just 20 deaths in accidents on commercial airlines carrying 630 million passengers a year, and just four fatalities in train accidents out of 500 million rail passengers.
But while 2012 fatalities increased to 33,561, highway deaths continue to be at historic lows.