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Volume 116: debated on Wednesday 13 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Transport how many road users, including pedestrians, pedal cyclists and children, were killed or injured on the roads by drivers with a raised blood alcohol level, and if he will provide distributions of casualties and rates by hour of day, for 1975 and 1985 separately, for (a) Scotland (b) England and Wales.

[pursuant to his reply, 28 April 1987, c. 71]: The requested information has been tabulated. Because of its bulk, I have asked for it to be placed in the Library. Where the tables refer to "drink-drive" accidents, this means accidents where one or more drivers have failed a breath test or failed to provide a breath specimen.