HC Deb 03 March 1965 vol 707 c243W
Mr. Ian Lloyd

asked the Minister of Transport what information he has on the accident and fatality ratios associated with roundabouts situated within 300 yards of school buildings, and on the numbers of children of school-going age who have been seriously injured or have died as a result of such accidents.

Mr. Tom Fraser

No information is available on this particular subject on a national basis. If the hon. Member has a specific point in mind, perhaps he will write to me.

Mr. Edward M. Taylor

asked the Minister of Transport how many persons were injured and how many were killed in road accidents in 1963 and 1964.

Mr. Tom Fraser

In 1963 349,257 persons were injured and 6,922 were killed in road accidents. The corresponding figures for 1964 were 377,678 injured and 7,820 killed.

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