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Fireworks accidents infographics chart age gender statistics
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Fireworks accidents by numbers
This slide presents statistical data on fireworks accidents categorized by age and gender. The "Age of injured persons" section shows a pie chart with two categories: '0-19 years' accounting for 54% of injuries, indicating that a significant majority of injuries occur in children and teenagers. The other segment represents 'Adults over 20' at 46%, highlighting that nearly half the injuries affect adults. The "Gender of injured persons" provides a bar chart comparison with 'Male' at 74%, showing a substantial disparity, as men are more frequently injured than 'Female,' which is listed at 26%.
- The slide has a color palette consisting of green, purple, teal, grey, and orange.
- A pie chart with green and purple segments represents the age distribution of injured persons, complemented with percentages and icons of stylized people.
- The bar chart displays the gender distribution with teal and orange bars, indicating the percentage of male and female injuries, each bar annotated with a corresponding silhouette icon of a man or woman.
- Above the charts, two box headers indicate the categories: "Age of injured persons" and "Gender of injured persons."
- The title of the slide is prominently displayed in a large, bold font, and a ribbon banner adds visual interest.
The slide is visually appealing and well-organized, with clear visual representations of the data through graphs and minimal text. The use of color coding and icons aids in quickly understanding the demographics affected by fireworks accidents.
- In a public safety presentation to highlight the demographics most affected by fireworks-related injuries.
- During a policy discussion for local government to argue for stricter fireworks regulations.
- In an educational setting to raise awareness among youth and community organizers about the risks of fireworks.
- As a part of a healthcare presentation to prepare medical staff for potential influxes of patients around times when fireworks are commonly used.