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New Zealand is on track for a record low road toll this year.
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9/11/2011 3:51:06 p.m.
The Observer wrote:
Why ask an insurance company who lobby against safety measures like speed cameras about road safety? They have no expertise or credibility.
Nineteen-year-old Abby Benge's life hung in the balance just days after she was involved in a head-on crash, as her family gathered at her bedside.
Today marks the last day of Global Road Safety Week, where communities have been urging drivers to slow down and be more aware of pedestrians.
A third person has died after a car fleeing police crashed on Massey Rd in south Auckland early this morning.
Drivers are being reminded to slow down around schools as part of Road Safety Week.
NZers are being called on to focus on reducing our child fatality rate, as part of the UN's Global Road Safety Week.
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