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TTPS Expresses Concern Over Road Fatalities

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The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is expressing concern over the high number of road fatalities recorded for the year thus far.

The plea comes after two people were killed in separate accidents in the past weekend. A total of 40 people have lost their lives on the nation's roads for the year so far.

At a weekly police media briefing, Acting Senior Superintendent of the Traffic and Highway Patrol, Basdeo Ramdhanie noted that 80% of the fatalities for 2018 did not occur on highways.

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