Speeding has been a factor in about 25% of deaths from vehicle crashes.
The faster a vehicle is moving, the less time the driver has to react to a situation, more time and distance are required to stop and the vehicle is harder to control. In an emergency situation, those few extra seconds can mean the difference between life and death.
Speed of impact is critical for pedestrians, the most vulnerable road users.
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Every year in Canada approximately 3,000 people die and an additional 19,000 are seriously injured in traffic collisions. On an average year in Canada there are 675,000 traffic collisions.
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Campus Safety attended a Motor Vehicle Accident on Campus Drive near the Art’s Building. No injuries were sustained, but alcohol was determined to be a factor. The driver was suspended from driving for 30 days and was issued two Summary Offense Tickets.
If you ever suspect an individual of driving a vehicle while impaired, or if you witness a motor vehicle accident, please call us at 966-5555!
Campus Safety wants to remind you to take the necessary precautions when leaving your vehicle…