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  • Updated: November 18, 2023

Asaba: FRSC speaks on road traffic crashes, fatalities

Asaba: FRSC speaks on road traffic crashes, fatalities

The Federal Road Safety Corps has described road traffic crashes and fatalities as a public health crisis that requires urgent, concise and dedicated actions.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, the Delta State FRSC Sector Commander, Bassey Eshiet, gave the advice during a visit to road crash victims at the Federal Medical Centre Asaba on Saturday in Asaba

“For me, road traffic crashes and fatalities are a public health crisis that requires urgent, concise and dedicated actions.

“Hence, the pertinence of the event which is aimed at demanding actions towards improving safety on our roads nipping avoidable deaths and fatalities in the bud.

“The burden of these injuries and fatalities is disastrous to families, the nation’s economy and humanity in general,” he said.

He called on governments, stakeholders and the public to uplift proven strategies such as redesigning dangerous roads, enforcing speed limits, and improving vehicle designs and all components to make the roads safe for users.

“This advocacy is in line with the safe system approach that ensures zero death even when human error results in a crash.

“Over the years, the corps and its stakeholders kept faith with this global event by observing it with week-long activities that ensure maximum impact.

“While the FRSC renews its commitments to ensuring a safer motoring environment through the collective efforts of its stakeholders and partners.

“We call on all citizens to come on board by simply obeying traffic rules and regulations and appreciating efforts of the corps and its personnel towards the collective benefits of all road users.

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