§ 12. Mr. William Hannan
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will state, separately, for the most recent convenient period the number of people killed and injured by motor vehicles; and in how many instances drivers were found to be under the influence of alcohol.
§ Mr. Buchan
During 1969, 892 people were killed and 30,164 injured in accidents on Scottish roads, all but a very small number of which involved motor vehicles. I regret that the information requested in the second part of the question is not available.