Unnatural death

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Unnatural death is a category used by coroners or medical examiners and vital statistics specialists for classifying all human deaths not properly describable as death by natural causes. It includes events such as:

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  1. ^ Palmer, Brian (21 December 2009). "What, Exactly, Are "Natural Causes"?". Slate.com.