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Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is supporting the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday 21 November by remembering all those who have lost their lives or been seriously injured in a collision in Warwickshire.
During 2020 despite lockdown, 14 people lost their lives in Warwickshire as the result of a road traffic collision and 228 people suffered serious, often life changing injuries. In 2019, 34 people died on Warwickshire’s roads and a further 281 people were seriously injured.
As part of the World Day of Remembrance, faith and community leaders, individuals and organisations across the county are being asked to remember road traffic victims in their prayers or services on 21 November.
To help them do this, Warwickshire Road Safety Partnership is providing a toolkit with lots of helpful resources.
The full media release and toolkit can be found here https://bit.ly/3wR7WZn