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Old October 29th 20, 06:26 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Detective Chief Superintendent on road fatalities - PIE CHART INCLUDED

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The causes of road collision fatalities are really very clear. There is no need for the all too frequent debate.#RoadSafety (link is external) #VictimBlaming (link is external) pic.twitter.com/MQq1LTyvwJ (link is external)

— Andy Cox (@AndyCoxDCS) October 29, 2020 (link is external)

Andy Cox, a Deputy Chief Superintendent, tweeted the pie chart above to address the issue of responsibility in road traffic fatalities.

The post received plenty of attention, with some motorists (and cyclists) suggesting that the chart was oversimplified.

Others praised Mr Cox for taking a firm stance on road safety and rejecting victim blaming.

Here is the pie chart.
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ElgB6DzW...g&name=900x900
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