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Drunk driving and speeding top road toll of 2,761 accidents in five days

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Drunk driving and speeding top road toll of 2,761 accidents in five days

By The Nation

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The 2,761 road accidents nationwide over the first five days of the New Year holidays have claimed 314 lives and maimed 2,848 others, Public Health Ministry deputy permanent secretary Dr Prapon Tangsrikertikul said on Tuesday.

He said the most cited causes for Monday road carnage were drunk driving (44.82 per cent) and speeding (29.88 per cent, while most crashes (81.62 per cent) involved motorcycles. Prapon spoke on behalf of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department’s Road Safety Centre (Thai RSC), which is tasked with reducing death tolls during the period’s “seven dangerous days”.

Chiang Mai reported the highest cumulative crashes with 91 cases, Nakhon Ratchasima posted the highest cumulative fatalities at 14 deaths and Nakhon Si Thammarat suffered the highest cumulative casualties at 96 injuries. Only 10 provinces had reported no deaths in road accidents as of Monday.

Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30361433

-- The Nation 2019-01-02

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