New law to reform regulation and inspection of social care in Wales passed
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Accident cluster sites and fatal road accidents on the Welsh Trans-European Network - Transport
This statistical bulletin sets out the background to a series of tables which cover the period 2011 to 2013 inclusive and detail Cluster Sites based upon road accidents reported to the police and recorded on Stats19 returns. The criterion used to identify a potential Cluster Site is that there were at least 4 personal injury accidents (or collisions) in a 3-year period within a 100m diameter.
The set of tables shows the location of Accident Cluster sites and Fatal Road Accidents on the Welsh element of the Trans-European Network - Transport.
- There were 96 Accident clusters.
- At these cluster sites there were 560 Personal Injury accidents, of which 56 were classed as Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI).
- There were 41 fatal accidents (most of which were not at cluster sites).
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