Unintentional shootings like this have played out 205 times across Ohio since 2015, according to data from Everytown For Gun Safety. Despite being the seventh largest state by population, Ohio is third in the nation, behind only Texas and Florida, for the number of unintentional shootings by kids.

Columbus, which is Ohio’s largest city, has seen 42 unintentional shootings since 2015, which is more than any other city in the state, data shows.

Dr. April Zeoli speaks with The Columbus Dispatch about the evidence base behind child access prevention laws.