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Road Accidents

Volume 892: debated on Friday 23 May 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment (1) how many of the slight injuries in accidents during 1973; on roads took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(2) how many of the serious injuries in accidents during 1973 on urban roads took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(3) how many of the fatal accidents on urban roads during 1973, took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(4) how many of the slight injuries to pedestrians on rural roads in 1973 took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(5) how many of the serious injuries to pedestrians during 1973 on rural roads took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(6) how many of the pedestrian fatalities in 1973, on rural roads, took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(7) how many of the slightly injured in accidents in 1973, on rural roads, were in the hours of daytime; and how many at night time;

(8) how many of the serious injuries in accidents in 1973, occurring on rural roads, were in the hours of daytime; and how many at night time;

(9) how many of the fatal accidents which took place in 1973 on rural roads occurred during night time hours;

(10) how many of the fatal accidents which took place on rural roads in 1973 occurred during daylight hours;

(11) how many of the serious injuries to pedestrians on urban roads in 1973 took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(12) how many of the pedestrian fatalities during 1973 on urban roads took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time;

(13) how many of the slight injuries to pedestrians on urban roads during 1973 took place during daytime hours; and how many during night time.

This information is not immediately available, but I shall write to my hon. Friend.