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Accident deaths cost more

30th June 1978, Page 21
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

A FATAL road accident costs £64,600, according to Transport Under Secretary John Horam.

In a written Comons reply last week, he said that this figure had risen by £8,700 following the recommendations of the Leith Committee report on accident valuation.

The total estimated cost of road accidents last year was £1,290m, an increase of £120 million.

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Organisations: Leith Committee
People: John Horam

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