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In the United States, 39.8 people on average are killed skiing or Snowboarding each year [National Ski Areas Association], and 43.6 serious injuries occur every year. As there are approximately 15M American skiers, this means there are .88 fatalities per million days of skiing and snowboarding.

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I would find information about skiing accidents by going to various websites about skiing accidents or statistics website, or ask a health insurance company.

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