fatality : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a death resulting from an accident or a disaster
- n the quality of being able to cause death or fatal disasters
- Her name was Adela Maria Gutierrez and she was 39 when she died, the first known fatality from the virus that swept through Mexico and into the rest of the world.
- And the report states that the seasonal flu Case Fatality Rate of "all symptomatic cases" is somewhere between 0.
- Did Joe and the others die, and did the one fatality, Glen Runciter, actually survive? If Glen is dead and Joe alive, why does Joe keep getting weird messages from Glen?.
News & Articles
- Fatality closes turnpike near mile marker 158 in Fort Pierce
The Florida Highway Patrol reports a fatality on Florida's Turnpike at mile marker 158 in Fort Pierce.
June 19, 2013 - St. Lucie News Tribune
- Colma BART Station closed by fatality
Colma BART Station closed by fatality Colma BART Station was closed for about two hours Tuesday morning because of a fatality on the tracks, officials for the transit agency said. The death happened at the Colma stop at 9:07 a.m. and shut the station, spokesman Jim Allison said. BART police are investigating the death, Allison said. Officials did not have more information about the person killed.
June 19, 2013 - San Francisco Chronicle
- Colma BART station closed by fatality on tracks
Colma BART station closed by fatality on tracks Colma BART station closed by fatality on tracks Colma BART Station was closed Tuesday morning because of a fatality on the tracks, causing delays on the Daly City BART line, officials for the transit agency said.
June 18, 2013 - San Francisco Chronicle
- Jaap de Hoop Scheffer in Ninemsn
Every innocent civilian fatality, death, is one too many,de Hoop Scheffer said. "But in a conflict, it is, from time to time, unavoidable."
- Tim Pawlenty in Reuters
There's no question that the fatality number will go up,Pawlenty said earlier on NBC's "Today" show.
- Jodi Rell in Weston Forum
They see it in terms of avoidable accidents. They see it in terms of unnecessary injuries. And sometimes, worst of all, they see it in terms of a fatality, a death that never needed to happen,Gov. Rell said.