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Fewer deaths in Scotland

1 July 2006

 THE number of deaths and injuries on Scotland’s roads in 2005 was the lowest for more than 50 years, figures produced by the Scottish Executive show.

A total of 286 people were killed, 20 fewer than in 2004. Promotion of safe driving, road safety improvements and tougher enforcement .  Source Fleet News 22 June 2006

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