BE RESPONSIBLE ON THE ROADWAYS TRAFFIC CHIEF

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Analytical data shows that the majority of the accidents and deaths in December were caused by a combination of speeding and driver under the influence of alcohol. Here are the details in this report from Javone Vickerie.

The death toll on Guyana’s roadways now stands at 117. The numbers have already surpassed that of 2017 which ended at 97. December has also an increase in the number of fatalities involving children. In an exclusive interview with Traffic Chief Linden Isles, he stated that with a relaxed curfew for the holiday season, the traffic department has intensified its efforts to reduce the occurrences of accidents. Mr. Isles stated that based on the investigations done this year into several fatal accidents, a majority of those accidents were caused by a combination of two very lethal cultures of driving.

The relaxed curfew, according to the traffic chief will see more ranks stationed at key spots, conducting the necessary checks and tests to ensure there is no callous behavior on the roadways.

Mr. Isles pleaded for some amount of responsibility to be exercised by motorists and also pedestrians. His advice is, think, before you act.

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