Driving intoxicated major contributing factor in fatal traffic accidents, Lima, Peru

Posted on October 13, 2011 • Filed under: Latin America Health, Peru, TRAVEL

Call for greater control in the driving school as a preventive measure
Traffic accidents in the capital every day increasing. So far this year there have been 434 traffic accidents causing 446 deaths. The year 2010, 568 accidents were recorded, leaving 592 dead.
Drunk driving is one of the main factors causing these fatal accidents. “They are the drivers traveling constantly drunk especially on weekends and are causing accidents or they are part of the accident,” Elvira said so Moscoso, Superintendent of the sutra.
Not only that. Moscoso also noted that the pedestrian also has much of the responsibility. “You see them through the avenues, streets recklessly without looking both ways or do not use the bridges. Read Article

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