Police hail cut in South Yorkshire road deaths

By Gareth Dennison | 11/04/2012 0 comments

Police hail cut in South Yorkshire road deaths

THE number of deaths on the region’s roads has been halved in the past ten years, new figures show.

Statistics from the South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership show that 30 people were killed in 2011—a record low.

Partnership chairman Chf Supt Keith Lumley, from South Yorkshire Police, said: “This is testament to the hard work and dedication of our teams to make every road user safer.”


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