Or Yarok: 380 people killed on Israeli roads in 2010

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December 27, 2010 12:56

 
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380 people were killed on Israeli roads as a result of accidents in the year 2010, according to data released Monday by road safety advocacy group Or Yarok.

This figure represents an eight percent increase from 2009.

According to the figures, 44% of the people killed are motorcycle drivers, which represents a 29% increased compared with 2009.

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