Table III. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities, week ending May 8, 2004

Table III. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities, week ending May 8, 2004 – 18th week

TABLE III. Deaths in 122 U.S. cities, * week ending May 8, 2004

(18th Week)

All causes, by age (years)

[greater than

All or equal

Reporting Area Ages to] 65 45-64

NEW ENGLAND 462 309 106

Boston, Mass. 147 87 39

Bridgeport, Conn. 33 24 7

Cambridge, Mass. 17 14 2

Fall River, Mass. 21 17 3

Hartford, Conn. 45 31 10

Lowell, Mass. 26 20 5

Lynn, Mass. 8 4 2

New Bedford, Mass. U U U

New Haven, Conn. U U U

Providence, R.I. 58 46 10

Somerville, Mass. 3 2 1

Springfield, Mass. 48 28 14

Waterbury, Conn. U U U

Worcester. Mass. 56 36 13

MID. ATLANTIC 1,864 1,328 365

Albany, N.Y. 38 24 9

Allentown, Pa. 17 14 3

Buffalo, N.Y. 104 60 29

Camden, N.J. U U U

Elizabeth, N.J. U U U

Erie, Pa. 35 28 4

Jersey City, N.J. 48 34 11

New York City, N.Y. 1,191 844 233

Newark, N.J. 46 26 14

Paterson, N.J. 15 7 4

Philadelphia, Pa. U U U

Pittsburgh, Pa. ([section]) 28 22 6

Reading, Pa. 23 18 3

Rochester, N.Y. 131 101 20

Schenectady, N.Y. 21 16 5

Scranton, Pa. 25 24 1

Syracuse, N.Y. 73 63 8

Trenton, N.J. 28 16 7

Utica, N.Y. 18 14 3

Yonkers, N.Y. 23 17 5

E.N. CENTRAL 1,676 1,093 406

Akron. Ohio 27 19 6

Canton, Ohio 33 20 12

Chicago, Ill. 351 196 108

Cincinnati, Ohio U U U

Cleveland, Ohio 222 160 41

Columbus, Ohio 165 108 33

Dayton, Ohio 126 86 36

Detroit. Mich. 180 105 49

Evansville, Ind. 46 36 8

Fort Wayne, Ind. 74 46 17

Gary, Ind. 12 4 5

Grand Rapids, Mich. U U U

Indianapolis, Ind. U U U

Lansing, Mich. 56 40 10

Milwaukee, Wis. 93 64 19

Peoria, Ill. 46 29 11

Rockford, Ill. 57 35 16

South Bend, Ind. 29 21 7

Toledo, Ohio 91 67 18

Youngstown, Ohio 68 57 10

W.N. CENTRAL 548 360 118

Des Moines, Iowa U U U

Duluth, Minn. 38 29 4

Kansas City, Kans. 30 22 7

Kansas City, Mo. 74 50 14

Lincoln, Nebr. 44 33 7

Minneapolis, Minn. 65 41 15

Omaha, Nebr. 63 45 11

St. Louis, Mo. 66 37 20

St. Paul, Minn. 65 43 14

Wichita, Kans. 103 60 26

S. ATLANTIC 965 607 215

Atlanta, Ga. 117 69 26

Baltimore, Md. 191 105 53

Charlotte, N.C. 98 60 23

Jacksonville, Fla. 157 109 26

Miami, Fla. 19 14 3

Norfolk, Va. 51 30 12

Richmond, Va. 48 27 13

Savannah, Ga. U U U

St. Petersburg, Fla. 74 55 10

Tampa, Fla. 183 118 44

Washington, D.C. U U U

Wilmington, Del. 27 20 5

E.S. CENTRAL 870 555 216

Birmingham, Ala. 179 116 52

Chattanooga, Tenn. 79 59 16

Knoxville. Tenn. 86 53 20

Lexington, Ky. 62 36 18

Memphis, Tenn. 175 113 37

Mobile, Ala. 102 65 23

Montgomery, Ala. 52 30 15

Nashville, Tenn. 135 83 35

W.S. CENTRAL 827 531 184

Austin, Tex. 87 57 18

Baton Rouge, La. U U U

Corpus Christi, Tex. 46 30 11

Dallas, Tex. 146 80 31

El Paso. Tex. U U U

Ft. Worth, Tex. 101 56 27

Houston, Tex. U U U

Little Rock, Ark. 66 43 17

New Orleans, La. U U U

San Antonio, Tex. 244 169 52

Shreveport, La. 37 24 10

Tulsa, Okla. 100 72 18

MOUNTAIN 841 582 166

Albuquerque, N.M. 135 98 24

Boise, Idaho 46 38 4

Colo. Springs, Colo. 52 45 3

Denver, Colo. 97 55 25

Las Vegas, Nev. 236 154 54

Ogden, Utah 27 17 7

Phoenix, Ariz. 78 55 14

Pueblo, Colo. 32 27 5

Salt Lake City, Utah 138 93 30

Tucson, Ariz. U U U

PACIFIC 1,421 1,004 271

Berkeley, Calif. 12 7 3

Fresno, Calif. 107 72 19

Glendale, Calif. 12 10 1

Honolulu, Hawaii 89 70 16

Long Beach, Calif. 63 47 9

Los Angeles, Calif. 254 173 53

Pasadena. Calif. 34 24 5

Portland, Oreg. 117 84 22

Sacramento, Calif. 162 118 29

San Diego, Calif. 168 115 32

San Francisco, Calif. U U U

San Jose, Calif. 205 148 41

Santa Cruz, Calif. 37 24 10

Seattle, Wash. U U U

Spokane, Wash. 60 41 12

Tacoma, Wash. 101 71 19

TOTAL 9,474 ([paragraph]) 6,369 2,047

All causes, by age (years) P&I

([dagger])

Reporting Area 25-44 1-24 <1 Total

NEW ENGLAND 31 8 8 33

Boston, Mass. 13 2 6 17

Bridgeport, Conn. 2 — — 3

Cambridge, Mass. 1 — — —

Fall River, Mass. 1 — — 2

Hartford, Conn. 3 1 — 6

Lowell, Mass. — — 1 —

Lynn, Mass. 2 — — —

New Bedford, Mass. U U U U

New Haven, Conn. U U U U

Providence, R.I. 1 — 1 1

Somerville, Mass. — — — —

Springfield, Mass. 3 3 — 3

Waterbury, Conn. U U U U

Worcester. Mass. 5 2 — 1

MID. ATLANTIC 109 33 25 92

Albany, N.Y. 3 — 2 1

Allentown, Pa. — — — 2

Buffalo, N.Y. 9 2 4 6

Camden, N.J. U U U U

Elizabeth, N.J. U U U U

Erie, Pa. 2 1 — 4

Jersey City, N.J. 2 1 — —

New York City, N.Y. 75 21 14 54

Newark, N.J. 5 1 — 2

Paterson, N.J. 1 1 2 —

Philadelphia, Pa. U U U U

Pittsburgh, Pa. ([section]) — — — 2

Reading, Pa. 2 — — 1

Rochester, N.Y. 4 4 2 5

Schenectady, N.Y. — — — 2

Scranton, Pa. — — — 3

Syracuse, N.Y. — 1 1 6

Trenton, N.J. 5 — — 2

Utica, N.Y. 1 — — —

Yonkers, N.Y. — 1 — 2

E.N. CENTRAL 106 39 31 84

Akron. Ohio 2 — — 6

Canton, Ohio 1 — — 2

Chicago, Ill. 27 9 10 21

Cincinnati, Ohio U U U U

Cleveland, Ohio 12 6 3 7

Columbus, Ohio 13 5 6 9

Dayton, Ohio 4 — — 3

Detroit. Mich. 15 5 6 5

Evansville, Ind. — 2 — 5

Fort Wayne, Ind. 5 5 1 2

Gary, Ind. 1 2 — —

Grand Rapids, Mich. U U U U

Indianapolis, Ind. U U U U

Lansing, Mich. 6 — — 3

Milwaukee, Wis. 5 2 3 3

Peoria, Ill. 4 1 1 1

Rockford, Ill. 5 1 — 4

South Bend, Ind. 1 — — 2

Toledo, Ohio 4 1 1 3

Youngstown, Ohio 1 — — 8

W.N. CENTRAL 29 22 19 39

Des Moines, Iowa U U U U

Duluth, Minn. 4 — 1 4

Kansas City, Kans. 1 — — 2

Kansas City, Mo. 3 3 4 5

Lincoln, Nebr. — 3 1 3

Minneapolis, Minn. 5 1 3 8

Omaha, Nebr. 1 4 2 9

St. Louis, Mo. 6 — 3 4

St. Paul, Minn. 1 7 — 3

Wichita, Kans. 8 4 5 1

S. ATLANTIC 75 36 32 46

Atlanta, Ga. 13 6 3 6

Baltimore, Md. 14 7 12 12

Charlotte, N.C. 8 3 4 8

Jacksonville, Fla. 10 9 3 3

Miami, Fla. 2 — — —

Norfolk, Va. 4 2 3 1

Richmond, Va. 5 — 3 —

Savannah, Ga. U U U U

St. Petersburg, Fla. 5 3 1 5

Tampa, Fla. 13 5 3 10

Washington, D.C. U U U U

Wilmington, Del. 1 1 — 1

E.S. CENTRAL 58 21 20 62

Birmingham, Ala. 9 — 2 28

Chattanooga, Tenn. 1 2 1 5

Knoxville. Tenn. 8 3 2 —

Lexington, Ky. 5 3 — 4

Memphis, Tenn. 19 3 3 5

Mobile, Ala. 5 4 5 1

Montgomery, Ala. 3 2 2 8

Nashville, Tenn. 8 4 5 11

W.S. CENTRAL 64 25 23 62

Austin, Tex. 6 3 3 10

Baton Rouge, La. U U U U

Corpus Christi, Tex. 1 4 — 6

Dallas, Tex. 22 6 7 13

El Paso. Tex. U U U U

Ft. Worth, Tex. 10 2 6 5

Houston, Tex. U U U U

Little Rock, Ark. 3 — 3 2

New Orleans, La. U U U U

San Antonio, Tex. 13 8 2 17

Shreveport, La. 2 1 — 4

Tulsa, Okla. 7 1 2 5

MOUNTAIN 46 32 14 52

Albuquerque, N.M. 9 4 — 9

Boise, Idaho — 3 1 1

Colo. Springs, Colo. 1 1 2 1

Denver, Colo. 4 6 7 5

Las Vegas, Nev. 19 8 1 17

Ogden, Utah 2 1 — 2

Phoenix, Ariz. 2 3 3 2

Pueblo, Colo. — — — 4

Salt Lake City, Utah 9 6 — 11

Tucson, Ariz. U U U U

PACIFIC 78 42 26 126

Berkeley, Calif. 1 1 — 1

Fresno, Calif. 9 5 2 5

Glendale, Calif. 1 — — 2

Honolulu, Hawaii 1 — 2 9

Long Beach, Calif. 4 2 1 4

Los Angeles, Calif. 17 7 4 47

Pasadena. Calif. 4 — 1 8

Portland, Oreg. 5 5 1 10

Sacramento, Calif. 12 1 2 10

San Diego, Calif. 6 7 8 14

San Francisco, Calif. U U U U

San Jose, Calif. 8 6 2 9

Santa Cruz, Calif. — 3 — —

Seattle, Wash. U U U U

Spokane, Wash. 4 1 2 1

Tacoma, Wash. 6 4 1 6

TOTAL 596 258 198 596

U: Unavailable. –:No reported cases.

* Mortality data in this table are voluntarily reported from 122 cities

in the United States, most of which have populations of [greater than

or equal to] 100,000. A death is reported by the place of its

occurrence and by the week that the death certificate was filed. Fetal

deaths are not included.

([dagger]) Pneumonia and influenza.

([section]) Because of changes in reporting methods in this

Pennsylvania city, these numbers are partial counts for the current

week. Complete counts will be available in 4 to 6 weeks.

([paragraph]) Total includes unknown ages.

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