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Enough to bleeding in roads campaign continue activities and devoted this week and next week to raise awareness of accidents run over.

28/10/2019

Enough to bleeding in roads continue activities and devoted this week and next week to raise awareness of accidents run over. The Public Security Directorate continued the activities of its awareness campaign Enough to Bleeding in Roads, which was launched within the initiatives of Jordan Nakhweh.

This period is to focus on accidents and run over , as it causes a large number of deaths and injuries each year, which is estimated (40) percent of the total injuries and deaths resulting from traffic accidents, where traffic statistics for 2018 indicated that 571 people died from traffic accidents 195 people died as a result of run-over accidents in addition to the fact that such accidents can be avoided with caution and commitment and the existence of adequate traffic culture for the driver and road users, especially children. During this week, information materials and awareness leaflets will be published focusing on the most important causes of run-over accidents, how to avoid them, how to raise children to deal with the road, as well as the drivers advice to avoid such accidents.

The main tips for road users are summarized as follows: - Cross the road from the designated places and pay attention to the cars before crossing, and in the case of crossing a street from another place, make sure that it is done from a point enables you to see the cars coming from all directions from a distance and safe. - Do not allow children to play by the wayside. - Permanent attention of pedestrians while driving. - Reducing vehicle speed when passing through populated areas or approaching schools. - always give priority to pedestrians and pay attention to the elderly and people with special needs. - The driver should reduce the speed when approaching school sites so that the maximum speed does not exceed 40 km / h. - The sidewalk found to serve the pedestrian movement and protect them from accidents run over must not be attacked.

Always remember that every ball in the road may run after a small child. The Directorate of Public Security hopes to contribute to the dissemination of all published materials to ensure access to society to achieve the desired goal of creating and strengthening the traffic culture that makes our roads safer, and let us all contribute to the reduction of traffic accidents and resulting deaths or injuries.
 

 
 

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