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Bernal, Marta Isabel Soriano. 2008 ‘Unintentional Gun Deaths in Colombia, 2007.’ Report 2007: Data for life (Forensis 2007: Datos para la vida) (Table 4), pp. 248-252. Bogotá: Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses. 1 July

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El Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses, tuvo conocimiento de 3.223 muertos y 6.303 lesiones accidentales…

Figura 4. Muertes accidentales según mecanismo causal y sexo de la víctima. Colombia, 2007

Mujeres muertas…
Arma de fuego: 0,4%…

Hombres muertos…
Arma de fuego: 2%…

Fuente: Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal y Ciencias Forenses / Grupo Centro de Referencia Nacional sobre Violencia / Sistema de Información Red de Desaparecidos y Cadáveres / Sistema de Información Nacional de Estadísticas Indirectas

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The National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences found 3,223 unintentional deaths and 6,303 unintentional injuries…

Table 4. Unintentional deaths by causal mechanism and sex of the victim. Colombia, 2007

Women dead: Percentage - Number*…
Firearms: 0.4% - 13…

Men dead: Percentage - Number*…
Firearms: 2% - 64…

Total number*: 77

Source: National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences / Central Group of National Reference on Violence / Disappeared Persons and Corpses Information System / National Information System on Indirect Statistics.

*Number of unintentional gun deaths calculated by GunPolicy.org

ID: Q12210

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