Number of deaths due to avalanches in the U.S. from 1990 to 2018

Number of deaths due to avalanches in the U.S. 1990-2018 This statistic shows the number of deaths caused by avalanches in the United States from 1900 to 2018. In 2018, 24 people died as a result of a snow-slide in the United States. Moreover, in the last 10 winters an average of 26 people died in avalanches every year in the United States.
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Number of deaths
201824
201712
201630
201511
2014 35
2013 24
2012 34
2011 25
2010 36
2009 28
2008 36
2007 20
2006 24
2005 28
2004 23
2003 30
2002 35
2001 33
2000 22
1999 31
1998 26
1997 22
1996 30
1995 28
1994 13
1993 29
1992 24
1991 9
1990 8
Number of deaths
201824
201712
201630
201511
2014 35
2013 24
2012 34
2011 25
2010 36
2009 28
2008 36
2007 20
2006 24
2005 28
2004 23
2003 30
2002 35
2001 33
2000 22
1999 31
1998 26
1997 22
1996 30
1995 28
1994 13
1993 29
1992 24
1991 9
1990 8
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This statistic shows the number of deaths caused by avalanches in the United States from 1900 to 2018. In 2018, 24 people died as a result of a snow-slide in the United States. Moreover, in the last 10 winters an average of 26 people died in avalanches every year in the United States.
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Release date
December 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
1990 to 2018
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