The Gateway Law team down in San Diego, California has crafted an interesting infographic with help from the National Safety Council.  The graphic illustrates, for those of us who think about the chances of dying under any given number of circumstances, how likely we are to die from some of the leading causes of death.

This graphic clearly displays your chances of dying say, via vending machine (1 in 1,191,281), workplace injury (1 in 555), falling (1 in 144) or unintentional poisoning (1 in 109).

One item that caught my eye was that were actually 5 things more likely to kill you other than a firearm.  Which might come as a surprise to those residing on the other side of the gun debate.

You are much more likely to o die of cancer, suicide, unintentional poisoning, car crash or a fall than being killed by a firearm.

Take a look at the graphic below:

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