Sunday 19 September 2021

San José and Limón: the provinces where more people die on roads

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The provinces of Limón and San José lead the other five provinces in the most deaths on the roads. In 2012, 140 people lost their lives on the roads of the two provinces, the number increasing from 42 the year earlier.

The main vicitms are motorcyclists and pedestrians, with most deaths occurring between 6:00pm and midnight, with Sundays heading the list of the days of the week, with the majority of the road fatalities are men.

Nationwide 332 people died in road accidents last year, up from 289 the year before, as indicated by statistics of the Consejo de Seguridad Vial (Road Safety Council) and the Policía de Tránsito (traffic police).

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