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Quarterly Provisional Estimates Q3 2014

5 February 2015

The Road Safety statistics team has published the Quarterly Provisional Estimates Q3 2014 statistical release

Overall rolling year figures show:

Road deaths increased by 1% compared to the year ending September 2013 to 1,730

  • Killed or seriously injured (KSI) casualties increased by 4 per cent to 24, 360 in the year ending September 2014 compared with the previous year
  • Child KSI casualties also increased by 3 per cent over the same period
  • For the year ending September 2014, there were 192,910 reported road casualties of all severities a 5 per cent increase from 184,087 for the year ending September 2013.

Figures for July to September 2014 show that between July and September 2014, there were 450 road deaths, a 4 per cent decrease from the same quarter in 2013. Reported KSI casualties decreased by 2 per cent to 6,450 whereas slightly injured casualties remained unchanged from the same quarter in 2013.

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