Bajans told: Do more to curb accidents
BARBADIANS HAVE TO work harder at preventing road accidents instead of just reacting to them.
So says president of the Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA), Charmaine Roland-Bowen, who added that for far too long Barbados had been a reactive instead of a preventative society.
“We wait until these things happen and we talk and say we have to do this and we have to do that,” she said yesterday.
Around this time last year Barbados had 13 road fatalities. There have been 20 deaths so far for the year, the most recent being the horrific accident on Two Mile Hill, St Michael, in which four young women lost their lives on October 25. (AD)
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