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Road fatalities hit 100 mark

Published:Saturday | April 26, 2014 | 1:46 PM

The number of persons killed on the nation’s roadways has hit the 100 mark.



According to the latest figures from the National Road Safety Council (NRSC), 101 persons have been killed in motor-vehicles crashes since the start of the year.



The data shows that this is a 12 per cent increase or 11 more fatalities than was recorded for the corresponding period last year.



The latest victim is 43-year-old hotel worker Christine Thomas who died from injuries she sustained in a motor-vehicle accident in Clarendon last night.



The police report that Thomas was on her way home from work when she walked into the path of a car which was travelling along the Gimme-Me-bit main road.



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