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Northern Ireland Road Victims Killed / Seriously Injured  1989-2003.

Chart showing road victims killed or seriously injured between 1989 and 2003, human saving of 5697 fewer deaths or serious injuries and economic saving of 1201.62 million pounds.
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  Actual KSIs (Killed and Seriously Injured)
Based on economic cost of £1.25m per death and £0.14m per serious injury
Year Actual KSIs Year Actual KSIs
1989
2195
1997
1692
1990
2178
1998
1698
1991
1833
1999
1650
1992
1991
2000
1957
1993
1868
2001
1830
1994
1805
2002
1676
1995
1676
2003
1438
1996
1741
 
Between 1989 and 2003 there were approximately 5697 fewer deaths and serious injuries than if casualties had remained at the same level as in 1989.
The second Annual Report on the Northern Ireland Road Safety Strategy was published in July 2005 and sets out the progress during 2004 in reducing the number of people seriously injured on Northern Ireland's roads.
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