Sixty-six people died on Czech roads in the course of June, the highest death toll in any single month this year, according to statistics released by the traffic police on Monday. Despite a heightened police presence on the roads ahead of the annual holiday rush the death toll is exceptionally high, up by 29 deaths as compared to last June. 277 people were reported seriously injured in car accidents over the same period.
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