Derbyshire road traffic injuries at 30-year low



0 Have your say The number of people injured on Derbyshire’s roads is at a 30-year low according to new figures released by the council.
The 2015 Derby and Derbyshire Annual Casualty Report has revealed the total number of people who were injured on roads across the county and Derby city was 2, 997 – the lowest number recorded since 1975.
The number of people killed was 25 in total, with 324 serious injuries reported, which was the second lowest for the same period.
For Derbyshire roads alone a total of 2,237 people were reported injured, of which 23 died and 301 were seriously injured.... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 27
Source: Belper News
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