No one should ever fall from
elevation, there are very good systems available to keep you safe and from hitting the surface below.
Falls to a lower level are classified as fall to lower level, unspecified; fall from collapsing structure or equipment; fall through surface; and other fall to lower level.
Approximately three-quarters (76.7 percent) of the falls to a lower level were categorized as event code 433, "other fall to lower level"; 10.2 percent were "fall from collapsing structure or equipment"; and 9.4 percent were "fall to lower level, unspecified." Within "other fall to lower level," when the height of the fall was unspecified or less than 6 feet, there were more sprains, strains, and tears than fractures.
1 : the act or an instance of going or coming down by the force of gravity <a fall from
Neither of these studies, however, evaluated characteristics, which can distinguish those who reported one fall from
those who report recurrent falls.
"We urge people who live in one- and two-family homes to put them in because even a fall from
the first floor can kill a child," said Department of Health spokesperson Fredric Winters.
For your chip's next stunt, it must fall from
a height of 2 m (6 ft.) and land on a hard floor.
Chladni espoused the heretical notion that stones and masses of iron fall from
the sky and deserve recognition as natural phenomena.
WHAT BETTER NAME than "fall" for a season when trillions of leaves fall from
billions of trees?
Nov 14, 1986: Jayne Thompson, 22, died six days after sustaining severe head injuries in a fall from Hot Betty at Catterick May 10, 1986: Michael Blackmore died after being kicked after a fall at Market Rasen
Jul 8, 1981: Joe Blanks, 24, killed after colliding with a concrete post in a fall from Leigh Queen at Brighton
After all, thousands of people die each year when they fall from
much lower heights, such as from ladders and stairs.