Deaths on the roads of Great Britain fall to the lowest ever in 2010

Great Britain goes below 2,000 road deaths for the first time.

The number of people killed in road crashes in 2010 fell by 16% year on year to 1,857 – the lowest figure since records began in 1926. The figures are contained in Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain which was published on 30th June 2011. The annual Department for Transport report reveals that the number of people killed in road crashes fell from 2,222 in 2009 to 1,857 in 2010.

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