Phuket has announced in total two deaths in four days of Songkran’s Seven Days of Danger road accidents campaign (April 11th to April 17th).
The Phuket Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) Office told the Phuket Express today (April 15th) details on the fourth day (April 14th) of the ‘Songkran’s Seven Days of Danger’ road accidents campaign.
In total, on the fourth day there were 11 injuries (8 males and 3 females) in a total of nine accidents.
Two road accidents were in the Mueang District with two injuries. Three road accidents were in the Thalang district with four injuries and one death who was female.
However, the Phuket DDPM did not release other details of the accident with one death. Four road accidents with five injuries were in the Kathu district.
In a total of four days in the safety campaign, there were 34 road accidents with 36 injuries and two deaths.
Most road accidents were caused by exceeding the speed limit and most victims were those who were not wearing helmets.
Phuket has announced seven road accidents on day three (April 13th) in Songkran’s Seven Days of Danger road accidents campaign (April 11th to April 17th).
Phuket has announced the first death of Songkran’s Seven Days of Danger road accidents campaign (April 11th to April 17th) on day two (April 12th).
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