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This section is deals with injuries to persons from horse accidents and how to avoid those injuries.

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Horse-related Deaths in North Carolina 1978-1999
National Injury Data Reveal Details About Accidents
Safety Advice for a Horse Vet
Customer Safety During Veterinarian Treatment
Numbers Showing Significant Changes in Children's Safety Awareness


Horse Accidents with Injuries: January through March 2002
Horse Accidents with Injuries: April through June 2002

Horse Accidents with Injuries: July through September 2002

Horse Accidents with Injuries: October through December 2002


Horse Accidents with Injuries: January through March 2003
Horse Accidents with Injuries: April through June 2003

Horse Accidents with Injuries: July through September 2003

Horse Accidents with Injuries: October through December 2003

Horse Accidents with Injuries: January through March 2004
Horse Accidents with Injuries: April through June 2004

How to Call 911 from the Barn
Summary of "JP Paddock Says", Final Report
'Permissible' Accidents and Their Prevention