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Alcohol Kills More on Swedish Highways

Published onsdag 16 augusti 2006 kl 14.05

  New statistics show that alcohol is a growing killer on the Swedish highways.

  Every 1/3rd motorist who dies on the road has alcohol in his or her blood.

  This is the highest figure since road statistics were first collected 17 years ago.

  Another study shows that a 4th of those who have died in work-releated accidents quarter have died in traffic. At the same time, most companies have no road-safety policies for their employees.

  Causes include alcohol, speeding, unused seat belts, stress and carelessness

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