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Traffic accidents down 19% year-on-year in first half

Traffic accidents down 19% year-on-year in first half

The National Committee on Traffic Safety has announced that Vietnam saw a 19% year-on-year decline in the number of traffic accidents in the first half of this year - the biggest fall in many years.

Traffic accidents claims 24 lives on May 2

Traffic accidents claims 24 lives on May 2

VOV.VN - Thirty-two traffic accidents occurred across the country on May 2, the third day of the extended public holidays, killing 24 people and injuring 22 others, according to traffic police.

Traffic accidents kill 23, injure 14 on May Day

Traffic accidents kill 23, injure 14 on May Day

VOV.VN - Twenty-three people were killed and 14 others were injured in 33 road accidents across Vietnam on May Day, the second day of the extended public holidays, according to the Traffic Police Department.

Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019

Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019

The numbers of traffic accidents, traffic-related deaths and injuries in the country all decreased in 2019, as compared to the previous year, heard a national teleconference held on December 28.

Requiem for victims of traffic accidents in Vietnam

Requiem for victims of traffic accidents in Vietnam

The National Traffic Safety Committee and the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee on November 11 held an annual requiem for the victims who lost their life to traffic accidents in Vietnam this year.

Traffic accidents claim 5,659 lives in nine months

Traffic accidents claim 5,659 lives in nine months

A total of 12,675 traffic accidents occurred nationwide in the nine months to September 14, killing 5,659 people and injured 9,619 others, according to a report of the National Committee for Traffic Safety.

Programme encourages children in Yen Bai to wear helmets

Programme encourages children in Yen Bai to wear helmets

The “Helmets for Kids” programme carried out in Yen Bai province has encouraged children to wear helmets while traveling on road, and contributed to reducing casualties caused by traffic accidents among children, heard a conference on June 6.