Peru: More than 5000 deaths over last two years due to traffic accidents

Posted on November 7, 2012 • Filed under: Latin America Health, Peru, TRAVEL

Despite the implementation of the National Traffic Regulation, the number of accidents is increasing.
In the last two years, more than 5000 deaths in the country, due to the traffic accidents , according to the head of the NGO Light Amber , Luis Quispe Candia. In 2007 we reported the death of 3,510 people on the slopes of the country, from which strict rules were created that allowed the reduction of the victims. However, in 2011 it reached an alarming figure of 3490 dead. Quispe Candia in 2012 estimated that the figure could rise. Read Article

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