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Crash and Casualty Statistics - Full Report

1 November 2007

The Department for Transport has now published statistics on a range of topics relating to transport in its annual compendium volume Transport Statistics Great Britain 2007. Topics covered include transport accidents and casualties.

The tables on the web-site are due to be updated during the course of the year as new data become available.

Full details here

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