According to a study conducted by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University late last year, at least 127 people have been killed taking selfies since 2014.
The study’s authors define the deaths, known as killfies, as the “death of an individual or a group of people that could have been avoided had the individual(s) not been taking a selfie.”
The study found that the majority of recent selfie deaths have taken place in India, Pakistan, and the United States.
More than 75 percent of those killed taking selfies are men, most often under the age of 24.
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