At least within the confines of the year 2006, where do you think you were safer:
- Driving on a U.S. highway
- Staying in a U.S. hospital
Driving on a U.S. highway.
That’s right. According to the U.S. Dept of Transportation a total of 43,300 people died in highway related incidents. During that same year, 48,000 people died of “pneumonia and blood borne diseases” which were “caught in U.S. hospitals”.