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Road Accidents

Volume 405: debated on Tuesday 13 May 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many people have been (a) injured and (b) killed in road traffic accidents in Northern Ireland since 1 January. [109973]

The collection of road traffic data is the responsibility of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI). Full details for the year to date are not yet available but PSNI has provided provisional figures and these are set out in the table.

Education and library board areaSchoolsApproval given
BELBFernhill PS and Glencairn PS, Belfast1998
St. Comgall's PS and St. Joseph's PS, Belfast1999
St. Paul's PS and St. Mary's PS, Belfast2000
Holy Trinity Boys PS and Holy Trinity PS2000
St. Catherine's PS, St. Gall's PS and St. John's PS2000
NEELBAntrim HS and Ardnaveigh HS1998
Coleraine Boys HS and Coleraine Girls HS2000
Cambridge House Boys Grammar and Cambridge House Girls Grammar, Ballymena2001
SEELBMaze PS Lisburn, St. James PS2000
Hillsborough and St. Johns PS, Hillsborough2001
Clough PS, Downpatrick and Downshire PS, Dundrum2001
St. Mary's Boys PS and St. Mary's Girls PS, Newcastle2002
Hillsborough PS and Newport PS, Hillsborough
SELBLurgan Cahone PS, Rathfriland and St. Colman's PS, Glassdrummond1998
St. Clare's Convent PS and St. Mary's PS, Keady1998
St. Clare's PS and St. Colman's Abbey PS, Newry1999
Our Lady's PS and St. Mochuas PS, Keady2000
Ballygawley PS and lnnismagh PS, Ballygawley2001
St. Josephs Infants PS, St. Peter's Boys PS and Sacred Heart PS, Lurgan2001
WELBSt. Patrick's Broys HS and St. Patrick's Girls HS, Dungannon1998
St. Michaels PS and St. Theresa PS, Enniskillen2001
Bready PS and Sandville PS, Strabane2002