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Date:10/21/2009

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  • Head injuries account for more than 60% of bicycle-related deaths, more than two-thirds of bicycle-related hospital admissions and about one-third of hospital emergency room visits for bicycling injuries. (Safe Kids USA)

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    • According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, children accounted for approximately 250,000 bicycle-related injuries in 2007.

     
    • In 2006, an estimated 77,600 skateboard-related injuries occurred among children 15 and younger.

     
    • Non-powered scooter-related injuries accounted for an estimated 38,400 injuries among children 15 or younger in 2006 and powered scooter-related injuries accounted for an estimated 3,700 emergency room visits in 2006 in this age group.

    ASPS, in coordination with the Seattle Public Schools, selected Leschi Elementary School to host the donation based on the ethnic diversity and need of the student body. With approxi
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