2016 is only a few days old but so far there have been less fatal accidents on our streets compared to the same time last year.
Jose Abel Zelaya, and Raul Mohamed Scott both died in Cayman Brac on the 2nd and 9th of January respectively. So far no one has died for 2016. Adrian Barnett, the Head of the RCIPS Traffic Management Unit, says people should not become complacent. He warns that police will have a presence on the roads throughout the year.
In an interview with Cayman 27 he said, “We’re off to a good start this year, as you know last year there were 2 in this period.”
2015 is the worst year on record for road fatalities. A total of 13 lives were claimed.