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  1. http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/226-died-2457-injured-four-days-songkran-festival/ The Road Safety Centre said today traffic accidents during the past four days of the Songkran festival have now claimed 226 lives and 2,457 injuries. Only yesterday, the fourth day of the campaign to reduce traffic accidents, and road fatalities during the “7-Dangerous Days” campaign, 57 were killed and 664 others injured in a total of 642 traffic accidents happened across the country. Drunk driving is a major cause of yesterday fatality rates or 44.08%, followed by speeding, 27.41%. In total, the centre said 226 people have died and 2,457 others were injured during the past four days of the campaign to reduce traffic accidents. Udon Thani had the highest accumulated traffic accidents of 32 cases while Nakhon Ratchasima topped the highest accumulated deaths of 13 people. Chiang Mai had the highest accumulated injuries of 119. Motorcycles remained the vehicle that engaged in most road accidents, followed by pickup trucks and cars.
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