While researching January’s Spotlight on Life Insurance, I stumbled upon something called a "death map." Jean Claude Van Damme’s latest foray into the violent world of cartography? No, this morbidly named, but presumably useful, tool was actually created by researchers at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, using over 30 years of data to track where Americans are most likely to be killed by forces of nature.
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