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  • 01 02 03 04

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    World Day of Remembrance

    Statement by WHO Director of the Department of
    Violence and Injury Prevention and Disability
    Dr Etienne Krug

    Today on this World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, we at the World Health Organization turn our thoughts to the mothers, fathers, siblings, grandparents and friends who have lost loved ones on the world's roads.

    We think of the families of Aron, Mansoor, Elise, Mathilde - those whom we know personally - and the many others whom we have met around the world during the years that we have worked on trying to raise attention to road safety.

    If there is anything that we have learned from all of you is that - while people handle their grief in many different ways - the lives of those affected by severe road traffic crashes are changed forever after these dramatic events and the grief and injustice caused often remain unanswered.

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