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16/07/2019 09:14:15

iciHaiti - Security : Record number of victims on the roads in one week
Former Director of the National Center Ambulance, Garnel Michel Coordinator of the Haitian organization Technical and Operational Services to Stop Accidents (STOP-Accidents), informs us that from July 8 to 14, 41 accidents on the roads of Haiti, made 193 victims : 26 dead and 167 wounded, several seriously.

Garnel Michel stated that these accidents occurred among other Babiole, Cap-Haïtien, Coupe Linké, Delmas 31, Grand-Goâve, Jacquet Toto, Léogâne, Mirebalais, Montagne noire, Morne Cabrit, Moron, Plaine du Nord, Pont-Sondé.

Heavy balance sheet for this 2nd week, markedly up with 41 accidents (+ 28%) against 32 the previous week, 193 victims (+ 85%) against 104 the previous week and 26 dead (+ 200%) against 13. According to STOP-Accident is the worst record for a week since the beginning of the year.

Garnel Michel reiterates his messages of prudence and good behavior on our roads and his appeal to the authorities concerned to assume their responsibilities by taking the necessary measures to limit the number of traffic accidents. Concrete measures of the State always expected...

Remember that this weekly report was made in partnership with the National Ambulance Center and the Haitian Red Cross. However, due to a lack of resources, the STOP-Accident organization is unable to monitor the state of health of the wounded, some of whom die as a result of their injuries and are not counted.

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