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Success and Less Death, but One More Day Remaining
Citynews – After the sixth day of the Zero Deaths campaign to cut down on traffic casualties over the New Year and also to make residents and tourists feel safer the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Chiang Mai Provincial Office and Chuchat Gilabang, deputy governor of Chiang Mai, held a meeting on April 17th to discuss the effectiveness of the campaign.
As CityNews earlier reported here the death and accident tolls were down. Chuchat also revealed that the cause of most accidents were drunk driving and people driving over the speed limit. Most accidents occurred on highways in between 12 a.m. and 4 a.m. On a national ranking scale, Chiang Mai ranked sixth on the scale of injuries, and eighth on the scale of deaths.
Chuchat reminded everyone that there is still one day of the campaign left, meaning that Chiang Mai should still take strict measures to prevent accidents happening involving people travelling back to their hometowns. On the 18th of April, another meeting will be held on the third floor of Chiang Mai Provincial Office, POC room, to summarise statistics for the seventh day of the campaign. The results will be reported to the press, thus ending the campaign for 2012.
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