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Campaign success aimed at drunken pedestrians

10 August 2009

On average 2-3 pedestrians are killed each year in Hertfordshire as a result of being drunk and in 2007 there were 48 drunk pedestrian casualties in the county.

The road safety unit has been campaigning to raise awareness of the drunken pedestrian problem for three years with great success.

More about this initiative and many more can be found at the Road Safety GB Website.

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