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Twenty killed, 252 injured on Polish roads during long weekend: police

04.05.2021 13:20
Twenty people were killed and 252 injured in 205 accidents on Polish roads from Friday to Monday, police have said, summing up an extended weekend during which many Poles travelled to popular tourist sites.
A road accident in Zadąbrowa, southern Poland, on May 2.
A road accident in Zadąbrowa, southern Poland, on May 2.Photo: PAP/Darek Delmanowicz

Officers also said on Tuesday they had detained 1,300 drink-drivers during the break.

During the same period last year, 1,100 drink-drivers were detained, said police spokesman Mariusz Ciarka.

He added that some 5,000 officers were out on the roads each day during the long weekend this year in a bid to improve safety.

Monday, May 3, was a public holiday in Poland, marking a historic constitution that legislators adopted on May 3, 1791.


Source: IAR