Halloween data nightmare
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Child pedestrian fatalities in Canada30A[1]
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Children 0-14 years of age in Canada

5839565B[2]
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Absolute annual risk of child pedestrian fatality, 0-14 years of age
0.000005137368965CCalculated (A/B)
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RR Halloween (608/426)1.42723004695D[3]
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Average daily absolute risk of fatality (annual / 365)0.00000001407FCalculated (C/365)
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Halloween absolute risk of fatality0.00000002009GCalculated (F*D)
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Attributable risk due to Halloween0.00000000601HCalculated (G-F)
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Annual lives lost due to Halloween in Canada0.03511479838ICalculated (B*H)
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One death per 28.5 years
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What does this mean? Once every 28.5 years a Canadian child (0-14 in age) will die due to Halloween that wouldn't die if Halloween didn't exist.
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