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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.

Q: What is the probability of getting killed in a car crash?

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It is 100% because he is an idiot who will die in a car crash when he is 12 years old which is below 100 years old. Which Alex are you talking about?

Your chances of coming out of a car crash alive is very low, considering all of the forces that are applied during collision. However, a seat-belt will improve your chances of getting out alive by nearly 50%.

Your odds of dying in a car accident: 1 in 18,585. Your odds of dying in a plane accident: 1 in 354,319

Today as the roads are more crowded it is in a car that is more likely.

Probability is the predictive chance that something will happen, such as the probability of heads coming up on a coin toss being 0.5.Consequence, on the other hand, is the result of some outcome, not necessarily related in any way to probability, but it could be. For instance, you may have a coin toss at the beginning of a football game. That is based on probability. The consequence, though, is the determination of who kicks off first.An example of non probabilistic consequence is the decision to swerve your car off of the road into a tree. The consequence of that action is that you will have a crash. Yes, its an extreme and unlikely example, but it shows that probability and consequence are two different things.

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