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Mike Bloomberg 18 Nov 17
Reducing speed & creating safer roads are some of the ways we can save lives from road crashes. Cities are well-positioned to implement these interventions & I'll work w/them to accelerate progress in my role as the Global Amb. for NCDs.
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NTSA KENYA 22 Nov 17
Motorcycles have the same rights as other vehicles, only they’re harder to see. Riders should have their reflector jackets on at all times.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 18 Nov 17
It’s World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. More than 1.25 million people die on the roads each year
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RoadPeace 19 Nov 17
Today is the World Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims where we honour the 1.2 million killed and the many many more injured in crashes annually on the world's roads
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World Health Organization (WHO) 19 Nov 17
Replying to @WHO
is no accident. To save lives: -Don’t speed 🚗 -NEVER drink and drive -Wear a motorcycle/bike helmet 🏍 🚲 -Use a seatbelt -Put children in a car seat
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Maura Healey 19 Nov 17
Vision Zero, an end to traffic deaths once and for all, is a simple and urgent goal which we recommit ourselves to on this World Day of Remembrance.
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Maurice Blackburn 18 Nov 17
“It's World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims and all too often I see the devastating impact of a moment’s inattention on the road. Over 1200 deaths on our roads every year is unacceptable.” Andrew McKenzie, QLD Head of Road Injuries
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Dublin Fire Brigade 19 Nov 17
Today is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims . We remember those who have lost their lives on our roads. Take a moment to reflect and let it show in your use of the road.
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Maura Healey 19 Nov 17
Replying to @MassAGO
Every year 33,000 Americans are lost to crashes and collisions. More than 4 million are injured. It is time to end this carnage.
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Mike Bloomberg 19 Nov 17
Since 2007, more than 3.3B people have benefited from strengthened road safety laws supported by – including our work to push for safer vehicles. is a reminder that we must act to make roads safe for all.
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World Health Organization (WHO) 19 Nov 17
Replying to @WHO
Road traffic injuries are the number 1 cause of death for people aged 15-29 years old
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Bloomberg Philanthropies 19 Nov 17
There are 1.3M road fatalities each year. Through and our Road Safety initiatives, we’re working in low- & middle-income countries to implement proven policies to save more lives.
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YES BANK 18 Nov 17
1.25 mn people die each year because of road accidents. Let’s contribute to UN’s goal of reducing road fatalities to half by 2020.
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RSA Ireland 19 Nov 17
Today on World Day of Remembrance, we remember all of those who have lost their lives and been injured on our roads. We also remember those affected by this loss as we keep them in our thoughts.
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Lark Lo, M.A. 🌹🚲 🙅🏽‍♀️🧜🏽‍♀️ 19 Nov 17
Spoke to woman who lost her little boy in a crash in Brooklyn. This is a somber day We have data & research to stop this.
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Kenya Red Cross 18 Nov 17
Motorbike riders are usually first on the scene when a road accident occurs. Providing them with life saving skills is vital.
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NTSA KENYA 20 Nov 17
Putting on a helmet reduces the risk of brain damage by 67%.
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Etienne Krug 19 Nov 17
Road traffic injuries are the number 1 killer of young people. I am not talking about a mysterious bug that we do not know how to deal with. It’s a perfectly solvable problem that we chose to ignore!
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Elber Twomey 19 Nov 17
It’s 🕯Let’s Pause To Remember All Our Beauties Whom We’ve Lost Tragically On The Roads 😇
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Road Safety Alliance 18 Nov 17
Today is the World Day of Remembrance. We share with you message.
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