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There is not enough information to give a sensible answer to the question.

I am in a room on the first floor of a building. The probability of my getting killed in a car crash in the next ten seconds is pretty close to zero. . . . . . . . . . . Yes, it was zero.

If I was trying to drive across town at top speed, while wearing a blindfold, I would say that the probability is quite high.

The probability depends on:

  • your location,
  • your activity,
  • the time span for the event,
  • your vehicle - and its safety,
  • the presence of obstacles or other vehicles,
  • your speed, and those of other cars in the vicinity,
  • your driving skills and the skills of other drivers,
  • your desire to remain alive.

You have not provided any information on these factors and so it is not possible to give a more helpful answer.

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