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Missouri Gun Deaths Surpass Vehicle Deaths in 2013, Part of National Trend

Posted on the 18 February 2015 by Mikeb302000
Local news reports
Motor vehicle deaths long have been the leading nonmedical cause of death across the country.
Not in Missouri in 2013.
Firearms proved more deadly, and by a wide margin — 880 to 781 — according to the most recent federal data available. And Missouri appears to be a harbinger of things to come.
Some experts predict that for the first time in decades, firearms will kill more people nationwide this year than motor vehicles.

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