Figures Show Dangers of Rural Driving
7:24am 9th October 2014
More than half of all road deaths in Britain take place on country roads according to the latest figures from the Department of Transport.
The number of people killed on rural roads is 11 times higher than on motorways.
Statistically, KLFM News has worked out that you're more likely to die if you crash in Norfolk rather than in Cambridgeshire.
In the 12 months up to March 2014 2,853 people were hurt on the roads of Cambridgeshire, and 2,464 people were hurt on the roads of Norfolk.
In Norfolk 15.75% of the people hurt were Killed or Seriously Injured
In Cambridgeshire 14.65% of the people hurt were Killed or Seriously Injured