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223 views • December 18, 2021

Timeline: If You Kept Riding A Roller Coaster

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According to the statistics, you are far more likely to die by lightning strike than in a roller coaster accident. In the UK, the chances of being killed on an amusement ride are 300 million to one, whereas the chances of being killed by lightning are 10 million to one. In the US, around 1.7 billion rides are taken by nearly 300 million people each year, and from 1994 to 2004, the country reported an average of just four deaths per year. Which is again lower than death by lightning strike. Thanks to safety regulations and industry compliance, roller coasters manage to maintain a fairly sound safety record despite pushing the human body to exhilarating extremes. But let's say you want to ride your favourite roller coaster as long as possible, can your body handle it? What is the worst thing that can happen to you? Let's find out in this timeline video. DISCLAIMER: This Timeline/Comparison is based on public data, surveys, public comments & discussions and approximate estimations that might be subjected to some degree of error. Subscribe to Infinite Comparison for more comparison/timeline videos. Icons: www.flaticon.com
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