US Injury Death Rates: Full State Rankings
A new report shows the rate of death from injuries in each state.
Credit: Trust for America's Health/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Nearly 193,000 people in the United States die from injuries each year, including those sustained in car crashes, falls, fires and drug overdoses.

A new report calculates the rate of death from injury in each state, between 2011 and 2013. Below are the full rankings, listed from highest to lowest, in terms of the number of deaths per 100,000 people in the state:

1. West Virginia: 97.9 

2. New Mexico: 92.7 

3. Oklahoma: 88.4 

4. Montana: 85.1 

5. Wyoming: 84.6 

6. Alaska: 83.5 

7. Kentucky: 81.7 

8. Mississippi: 81.0 

9. Tennessee: 76.7 

10. Arkansas: 75.3 

11. Louisiana: 75.3 

12. Arizona: 73.4 

13. Alabama: 73.3 

14. Utah: 72.8 

15. Missouri: 72.4 

16. Colorado: 70.7 

17. South Carolina: 69.9 

18. Idaho: 69.1 

19. Tie: Nevada and South Dakota, 67.1 

21. Vermont: 66.0 

22. Kansas: 65.0

23. Pennsylvania: 64.3 

24. Ohio: 63.9 

25. Indiana: 63.7 

26. North Carolina: 62.1

27. Wisconsin: 62.0 

28. Oregon: 61.8

29. Florida: 61.3

30. Michigan: 60.6 

31. Maine: 60.1 

32. Delaware: 60.0 

33. North Dakota: 59.3 

34. Rhode Island: 58.6 

35. Georgia: 58.1 

36. Washington: 57.1 

37. New Hampshire: 56.6 

38. Iowa: 56.4 

39. Texas: 55.3 

40. Minnesota: 54.9 

41. District of Columbia: 53.7 

42. Maryland: 53.4 

43. Nebraska: 52.5 

44. Virginia: 52.0 

45. Illinois: 50.0 

46. Connecticut: 49.6 

47. Hawaii: 48.8 

48. California: 44.6 

49. New Jersey: 44.0 

50. Massachusetts: 42.9 

51. New York: 40.3 

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