10,000 People Have Died In Automobile Accidents Since Friday

About 2,500 people die every day in automobile accidents, including 100 in the US. You can think of cars as being Typhoon Yolanda on steroids.

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5 Responses to 10,000 People Have Died In Automobile Accidents Since Friday

  1. nigelf says:

    Ahh, but those are dispersed deaths spread throughout the world and thus unimportant and not headline grabbing. Yolanda was the concentrated kind of death and also serves the global warming predators well.

  2. Jimbo says:

    Take a historic perspective of the Philippines typhoon deaths and compare. Quite an eye-opener.

  3. During a very bad flu season around 135 people a day die in the US from it on average.


  4. gator69 says:

    Roughly 8500 CHILDREN die of starvation every DAY according to the UN’s own statistics. That is one Yolanda, per day, 365 days per year. Maybe Jeff Masters should rethink his priorities.


  5. Ben says:

    Roughly 35,600 babies are aborted every day, globally. That is four Yolandas per day, 365 days per year. Jeff Masters, go home and rethink his life, these aren’t the disasters you’re looking for…


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