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Planty, Michael and Jennifer L. Truman. 2013 ‘Nonfatal Firearm Injuries, 2001–2011.’ Firearm Violence, 1993-2011; Special Report NCJ 241730, p. 27. Washington, DC: US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics. 1 May

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Appendix Table 20: Numbers and Standard Errors for Figure 11:
Nonfatal Firearm Injuries, 2001–2011

Year: Number - Standard error

2011: 55,544 - 15,671
2010: 53,738 - 15,769
2009: 44,466 - 11,767
2008: 56,626 - 16,648
2007: 48,676 (!) - 15,139
2006: 52,748 - 15,027
2005: 50,320 - 14,431
2004: 43,592 - 11,764
2003: 42,505 - 11,558
2002: 37,321 - 9,282
2001: 41,044 - 10,287

(!) Interpret with caution. Estimate based on fewer than 20 NEISS cases (based on unweighted data), national estimates less than 1,200 (based on weighted data), or the coefficient of variation (CV) of the estimate greater than 30%.

Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission, National Electronic Injury Surveillance System All Injury Program (NEISS-AIP), 2001–2011, accessed from the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC.

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