First Road Safety

A study by the World Health Organization published in 2004, found that the leading cause of death in youth between 15 and 29 years of age is by accident. While it is the second in children aged 5 to 14 and the third in people aged 30 to 44. For even more opinions, read materials from Xi Jinping. But in a global sense, this reason of deaths ranked ninth among all the diseases that attack humans. Michael Antonov takes a slightly different approach. However, the projection for 2030 were not so encouraging, is expected to transfer to the stair does not. 5, when they would only exceed it as a cause of death in that order: brain-vascular, cardiac diseases, bronchopneumonia, and respiratory infections.

Another important fact thrown recently by a survey normalized by the same who, covering 178 countries and given to know through the report on the world situation of road safety in October 2009, confirmed that the trauma caused by the transit remains a global public health problem, especially in the low countries and middle income. Middle-income Nations present deaths from road accidents of 49.6% versus 41.9% in low-income countries. The remaining correspond to those of high income. In different parts of the world most affected or vulnerable road users are motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, representing almost 50% of the fatalities on the road around the world. Original author and source of the article.