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Home Local News FRSC records 2,690 accidents nationwide in three months

FRSC records 2,690 accidents nationwide in three months

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said it recorded 2,690 Road Traffic Crashes (RTC) nationwide between January and March.

The Corps Public Education Officer (CPEO), Assistant Corps Marshal (ACM),
Bisi Kazeem said this in an interview with newsmen on Monday in Abuja.

Mr. Kazeem said during the period, 17,745 persons were involved in the crashes, which claimed 1,302 lives with 8,141 others sustaining various degrees of injuries, while 8,302 others were rescued.

He noted that speeding accounted for most of the accidents recorded within the period, adding that the Corps was intensifying enforcement of speed limit, as well as sensitization.

Majorly, crashes on the road sensitization result from diverse factors emanating from the behavior of road users, vehicles, and other environmental factors.

“However, human actions such as unnecessary abuse of road traffic regulations contribute more to avoidable crashes on our roads.

He said, “these are the reason we are here, still work, in every day” to ensure lives and properties are safe.

Kazeem said many measures had been put in place to curb these challenges.

These, he said, ranged from increased visibility, enhanced patrol operations, and broadened public enlightenment strategies,

“We also engage in consultation and collaboration with stakeholders in the transportation industry,” he said.

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