Roads: Accidents

Department for Transport written question – answered on 27th April 2016.

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Photo of Baroness Smith of Basildon Baroness Smith of Basildon Shadow Leader of the House of Lords

To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many people have been killed or seriously injured in road traffic incidents in each of the past five years in (1) Essex, (2) Kent, (3) Sussex, and (4) London.

Photo of Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport), Parliamentary Under-Secretary

The table below gives the number of killed or seriously injured casualties in personal injury road accidents reported to the police in 1) Essex (including Southend and Thurrock unitary authorities), 2) Kent (including Medway unitary authority), 3) East Sussex (including Brighton and Hove unitary authority) and West Sussex and 4) London for 2010 to 2014.

Number of killed or seriously injured casualties in reported personal injury road accidents: 2010-2014

Year

1) Essex

2) Kent

3) East Sussex

3) West Sussex

4) London

Killed

Serious

Killed

Serious

Killed

Serious

Killed

Serious

Killed

Serious

2010

52

745

57

547

29

426

27

346

126

2,763

2011

41

718

48

535

31

442

33

422

159

2,651

2012

45

689

52

523

18

447

25

395

135

2,887

2013

39

650

55

595

20

464

30

408

133

2,194

2014

38

719

50

665

18

530

21

461

129

2,041

Data for 2015 will be available in June 2016.

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