Forty-nine people died on Czech roads in the month of March – three fewer than the same period last year, according to police statistics. The weekend of the 20th to the 23rd was the most tragic, over which five people lost their lives in traffic accidents. In January the number was 42 and in February 22 – the lowest number of fatalities over the course of any month since 1990.
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