Buzz·Posted on Sep 25, 20137 Maps That Show Where Bad Stuff HappensMore people have died from lightning in Florida than any other state. Sad statistics compiled by TopMastersInHealthCare.com.by Hunter SchwarzBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Where you're most likely to die from lightning strike: Florida topmastersinhealthcare.com There were 74 people from Florida died from lightning strike from 1998-2008. 2. Where you're most likely to be murdered: Washington, D.C. There were 17.5 murders for every 100,000 people in Washington, D.C., in 2011. 3. Where you're most likely to die in a car accident: Wyoming There were 27.48 traffic fatalities for every 100,000 people in Wyoming in 2011. 4. Where you're most likely to die from cancer: West Virginia There were 208.2 deaths from cancer for every 100,000 people in West Virginia in 2009. 5. Where you're most likely to have all your teeth extracted: West Virginia In West Virginia, 42.8% of all adults 65 and older have had all their teeth extracted. 6. Where you're most likely to be unemployed: Nevada In Nevada, 9.6% of residents are unemployed. 7. Where you're most likely to be incarcerated: Louisiana There were 853 people incarcerated for every 100,000 people in Louisiana in 2008. You can find out where your state ranks here.