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Rise in serious and fatal Argyll accidents

ROAD accidents fell in Argyll and Bute last year – but the number of serious and fatal accidents rose by almost half.

Police recorded 178 accidents in 2016, including 53 serious and eight fatal, according to Transport Scotland’s latest statistics, compared to 226 accidents the year before, with 35 serious and six fatal.

The number of casualties also fell from 320 in 2015 to 240 in 2016, but those suffering serious injuries rose from 51 to 63, as did fatalities from six to nine.

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