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Number of people killed in traffic accidents reduces by 40% in Astana in 2014

Bishkek (AKIpress) - 4538fb9acc857b241b5361f75e907438 In three months of this year the number of people killed in traffic accidents reduced by almost 40% in Astana, said chief inspector for special tasks of the police department of Astana city Bakytzhan Altybai, astana.kz reported.

“According to the statistics of the police department, 121 traffic accidents were registered in Astana with 8 deaths and 137 injuries. The number of people died in traffic accidents reduced by 38.5%, child traffic trauma - by 33.3% in comparison with 2013,” he said.

 


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