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Latest Statistics for Road Accidents (According to the Office of National Statistics)
 
A total of 27,800 people were killed or seriously injured on Great Britain's roads on weekdays during 2010, or an average of 107 people each day. The incidence of people being killed or seriously injured in road accidents is not uniform throughout the day, however. Among pedestrians and car users most casualties occur in the morning and evening 'rush hours', with the highest number coming during the extended evening period. The first peak occurs in the hour beginning at 08:00: 719 car users and 362 pedestrians were killed or seriously injured during this hour in 2010. The number of pedestrians killed or seriously injured is highest during the hour starting at 15:00 (during which many schools finish for the day), and there were 718 casualties during this hour in 2010.

 

 
 
 
 
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