November turned out to be the deadliest month in terms of road fatalities this year.
The Police Traffic Department recorded 17 deaths resulting from 13 road accidents for November alone.
Ironically, November was designated Road Safety Month and if one were to take last year’s road deaths into account, it would seem that this particular month has claimed the most lives for the past two years.
November 2014 also recorded a high number of road fatalities,17. July 2015 recorded 12 fatalities while May accounted for 11.
So far this year 112 persons have been killed on Guyana’s roads, compared to 130 for the corresponding period last year.
Speeding is responsible for most of the deaths.
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