Fire, heat, and hot substances deaths

per 100,000 people, 1990–2017

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    Fire, Heat, and Hot Substances refer to unintentional injuries resulting from fires, smoke, and several other hazards. An injury can occur through bodily contact with hot liquid, solid, or gas such as cooking stoves, smoke, steam, drinks, machinery, appliances, tools, radiators, and objects radiating heat energy.

    Source: Global Health Data Exchange