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Accidents - 50+ years old - Year 2008 - Eyeball


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Number Of Accidents (Estimate): 34,556
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Workshop grinders, buffers, or polishers: 2,159Lawn mowers: 1,601
Lawn trimmers or edgers, powered: 1,550Welding equipment: 1,348
Adhesives: 865Plants, trees and shrubs: 840
Power lawn mowers: 725Bleaches: 692
Ceilings and walls: 608General purpose household cleaners: 573
Beds or bedframes: 566Paper products: 546
House repair or construction materials: 524Cabinets, racks, room dividers and shelves: 438
Nails, screws, carpet tacks or thumbtacks: 418Eyeglasses: 417
Tools: 400Pruning or trimming equipment: 386
Pipes: 369Batteries: 348
Hair curlers, curling irons, clips & hairpins: 342Containers: 337
Tennis: 324Toilet bowl products: 310
Power workshop grinders, buffers or polishers: 296Motor vehicles or parts: 282
Portable circular power saws: 280Paints, varnishes or shellacs: 279
Bathtubs or showers: 275Floors or flooring materials: 269
Leaf blowers: 266Cardboard products: 265
Soaps: 263Power saws: 257
Bench or table saws: 250Televisions: 236
Chain saws: 233Cutting torches: 230
Other toys: 230Air conditioners: 227
Automotive chemicals: 223Drinking glasses: 222
Outerwear: 222Exercise: 220
Fishing: 218Drain cleaners: 211
Thermal or sound insulation materials: 205Windows and window glass, other than storm windows: 205
Fences or fence posts: 203Artificial flowers or plants: 189
Other unpowered garden tools: 183Combs or hairbrushes: 179
Wood paneling and particleboard: 174Swimming pools: 173
Paper bags: 167Ammonia, household: 167
Oven cleaners: 167Hammers: 164
Eye protection devices: 160Nail guns or stud drivers: 160
Riding power lawn mowers: 159Doors: 150
Stretch cords or stretch straps: 149Basketball: 148
Chemicals: 148Wire: 148
Pens and pencils: 147Candles, candlesticks and other candle holders: 146
Clothing accessories: 146Gasoline: 143
Hand saws: 143Spot removers or cleaning fluids: 139
Nonelectric toothbrushes: 134Light bulbs: 119
Cabinet or door hardware: 116Manicuring devices: 116
Stairs or steps: 116Flatware: 112
Saws: 111Manual filing or sanding tools: 103
Personal protection devices: 102Tableware and accessories: 102
Toilets: 102Automotive waxes, polishes or cleaners: 94
Day wear: 90Books, magazines, albums or scrapbooks: 90
Computers: 89Desks, chests, bureaus or buffets: 89
Clothing: 88Horseback riding: 87
Sewing machines or accessories: 87Grills: 87
Golf: 86Hatchets or axes: 86
Other glass bottles or jars: 86Toy sports equipment: 86
Sprayers: 86Balloons: 80
Engine fuels for models: 80Paint or varnish thinners: 80
Towels or cloths: 80Gas or LP heaters: 80
Outdoor awnings or shutters: 80Cosmetics: 80
Other ball sports: 80Rust preventatives: 80
Wooden containers: 80Scales: 80
Swimming pool chemicals: 75Desk supplies: 75
Pesticides: 75Manual workshop grinders, buffers or polishers: 75
Waste containers, trash baskets or refuse bins: 75Glass doors or doors with glass panels: 75
Freezers: 75All-terrain vehicles: 75
Soldering equipment: 75Drills: 74
Aerosol containers: 74Bicycles or accessories: 74
Chairs: 74Exercise equipment: 73
Blankets: 73Power pruning or trimming equipment: 73
Pressurized containers: 73Coal or wood-burning stoves: 73
Other polishes: 73Garden hoses, nozzles or sprinklers: 71
Rotary power lawn mowers: 71Badminton: 71
Other manual pruning or trimming equipment: 71Artificial Christmas trees: 71
Ashtrays, not electric or not battery operated: 71Floor buffers or waxers: 71
Pictures, picture frames or wall decorations: 71Sofas, couches, davenports, divans or studio couches: 71
Bedding: 71Workshop compounds or chemicals: 71
Power drills or accessories: 71Jigsaws: 71
Caulking or spackling compounds: 71Fertilizers and other chemicals for outdoor use: 71
Book bags or back carriers: 71Porches, balconies, open-side floors or floor openings: 71
Screwdrivers: 60Electric chandeliers, hanging lamps or other attached light fixtures: 59
Runners, throw rugs or doormats: 59Two-wheeled, powered, off-road vehicles: 59
Rugs or carpets: 59Pillows: 59
Nonelectric blankets: 59Oil furnaces: 59
Bottles or jars: 59Squash, racquet ball or paddle ball: 59
Boxing: 59Animal induced injury: 59
Handrails, railings or banisters: 59Water heaters: 59
Other power garden tools: 59Tables: 45
Microwave ovens: 45Gas, air or spring-operated guns: 44
Power leaf mulchers and grinders: 43Kerosene: 43
Manual cleaning equipment: 30Pliers, wire cutters or wrenches: 30
Greenhouse or gardening supplies: 29Lubricants: 29
Umbrellas: 29Luggage: 29
Foods: 15Clotheslines or clothes drying racks: 15
Flares: 15Caustics: 15
First aid equipment: 15Martial arts: 15
Weight lifting: 15Toothpicks or hor d'oeuvres picks: 15
Dishwashing liquid: 15Pins and needles: 15
Detergents: 15Bars and bar accessories: 15
Tie racks, belt racks or other clothes hangers: 15Camping equipment: 15
Coaxial Cable: 15Baseball: 15
Licensed two-wheeled motor vehicles: 14Liquid room deodorizers or fresheners: 14
Football: 14Liquid drugs: 14
Knives: 14Sewing basket articles: 14
Manual lawn trimmers or edgers: 14Drinking straws: 14
Paint or varnish removers, paintbrush cleaners: 14Other specified plastic products: 14
Crutches, canes or walkers: 14Pet supplies: 14
Matches: 14Vending machines: 14
Swimming: 14Public equipment: 14
Safety pins: 14Bags: 14
Fans: 14Electric toothbrushes or oral irrigators: 14
Other fireplaces: 14Jewelry: 14
Automotive tools or accessories: 14Cisterns, cesspools or septic tanks: 14
Sheets or pillowcases: 14Propane, LP or butane gas tanks or fittings: 14
Counters or countertops: 14Poles: 14
Electrical outlets or receptacles: 14Contact lenses: 14
Floor lamps or table lamps: 14Nonglass bottles or jars: 14
Cords, electrical: 14Slipcovers: 14
Tool sheds: 14Carts: 14
Keys, key rings or key chains: 14Telephones or telephone accessories: 14
Scooters/skateboards, powered: 14

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