How many people died at the 2010 Olympics?
2 have died during the Olympics
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so far, 2 have died and 111 injured because of a bomb in 1996.
well, 2010 has only just started, so there would be quite a few, butit's very hard to tell.
According to a widget on poodwaddle.com, approximately 41,317,000 (forty-one million three hundred and seventeen thousand) people have died so far in 2010, with 2 more people …dying every second. This answer was recorded on September 14th, 2010, so obviously the answer will change over time.
A Georgian luger named Nobar Kumartashivili
in this year's olymplics, so far one person has died while training for luger.
Georgian Luger Nodar Kumaritashvili
well over 9000, the power level of Iraq grows many a day, the US is sending in a squad called V.E.G.E.T.A soon to help.
13 deaths from infected heroin in the past year. Heroin was being contaminated with anthrax. Anthrax-related heroin deaths are extremely rare, and in the past were unheard of …in the UK. There has been only one known previous outbreak among heroin users, and that took place in Norway in 2000.
None. The figures quoted are generated by a GIGO computer model. If you built similar models to 'guestimate' the number of people 'dying from' obesity, alcohol abuse, traffic… pollution, industrial pollution, workplace pollution, domestic pollution, drug abuse, climate change, food additives, stress, etc. and added them altogether, mankind would have died out decades ago!
how many people died in united states in 2010
No one died from alcohol in 2010. However, an unknown number died from the effects of abusing alcohol themselves or by others.
There were 56 tornado deaths in 2010. 45 of them in the U.S., 6 in Argentina, 3 in the Bahamas, 1 in Germany, and 1 in Bangladesh.
well bout 2500 ppl die every day so that x 365 = about 912500 ppl die every year from porverty.
Deaths because of an attack by moose are rare but they happen. Moose live in large parts of North America and in Northern Europe and injuries are common, largely because moose… are numerous. Although they are not naturally aggressive, their size makes them dangerous. Figures for deaths worldwide aren't available and fortunately, any quoted numbers are very low.