Two of the deceased are Shankar Rao (45) and his wife Parbati Rao (40) of Simulia. The third deceased, the duo’s driver, is yet to be identified.
According to National Crime Records Bureau data, over 1.55 lakh lives were lost in road crashes across India in 2021 which is the highest death figure recorded in any calendar year so far.
In the first accident, two persons were killed after their motorbike rammed into a parked truck near Amberpet in NTR district.
Two persons, including a woman, were killed in separate road accidents here on Sunday. A 40-year-old woman was killed after a lorry hit her two-wheeler near the Nagarabavi underpass.
We are at the bottom of the list, even among total vehicles per 1,000. Yet, when it comes to accidents, we claim the first rank with 11 percent of global deaths in road accidents.
As many as 239 people died in 226 road accidents from January to August 2022, higher than fatalities reported for the same period in the last two years.
Police have developed a novel programme to honour “Good Samaritans” who rushed to the scene of a road accident during “Golden Hour”, the first hour following trauma & render heroic aid to the victims.
Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora on Friday launched the Delhi Road Crash Report, 2021.
Kunjumuhammed’s son Manaf said the head injury suffered during the accident led to the death.
Eight people were killed in three separate road accidents in the last 24 hours in Uttarakhand, four of them while travelling from Maharashtra to the Badrinath Dham.
Rajesh Kumar (40), his daughter Jasmine (5), sister-in-law Sanjna (30) and her two daughters were declared dead at the hospital.
The annual report stated that AP has reported a total of 22,311 traffic accidents in the year 2021 and observed a 20.4% increase in the number of cases filed compared to 2020.
Transport officials admit that 70 per cent of road accidents are due to overspeeding and 90 per cent due to human error.
The State witnessed 15,384 casualties in 14,747 accidents, ranking after Uttar Pradesh with 18,972 casualties in 18,228 accidents.
Two persons, including a 31-year-old woman, were killed in separate road accidents in the city on Saturday night.
They have been conducting patrols at identified black spots.
A Sundarraj, a driver, said TNSTC has been operating in loss and, to make up for it, is plying special buses using regular tickets during weekends.
"We observed that during weekends the number of accidents is high. So No Accident Day is being implemented every Saturday.”
As per Kerala Road Safety Authority, nearly 110 people get injured in accidents everyday, resulting in death of 10 during rainy season
Kerala reported 12.6 per cent fewer deaths in January-May this year than the same period in 2019 ever since the initiative was rolled out at the start of 2022.