– 2009 fatality figures exceed 2008 Over the weekend, there were two reported fatal accidents on the roads, thus taking the figures past those for the corresponding period last year.According to statistics from the Guyana Police Force Traffic Department, already for this year the road has claimed 114 lives as compared to 105 last year.The most recent accident included one that occurred on Saturday on the West Berbice Highway. A carpenter, Brentnol Hutson, 49,Wholesale Stitched Jerseys
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, Traffic Chief Neil Semple continues to reiterate his call on road users to be more vigilant.Semple noted that as the figure continues to climb its lives that are being counted as the figures. He further stated that with the increasing figures some may want to conclude that the Force’s ‘Operation Safe way’ campaign is not being effective,cheap nfl jerseys
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,” the Traffic Chief lamented.He added that both drivers and pedestrians need to be on the look out for each other.The Traffic Chief added that it is understandable that this time of the year there will be feting and persons will want to imbibe more than the usual amount and as such they should not lose focus of proper road use.He added that speeding and drunk driving continue to be main areas of concern for his department and he is further appealing to motorists to stay within their respective speed limits.