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The Yangon Region Traffic Police Office reports that 40 traffic crashes with 12 deaths and 33 injuries occurred in the Yangon region from 18 to 24 September. "We took measures against 1,259 cars as of September 30 - 630 of them were personal travellers, 307 cabs, 169 busses and lorries were 153," said Colonel Aung Ko Oo.
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"We will use breathalyzers to track down drunk driver and apprehend perpetrators," he said. He said that even cars that are crowded with night owls will be targetted. Last year, from 13 to 19 April, there were 62 road traffic crashes in which seven persons were killed and 102 wounded.
A number of causes have been identified, among them negligent travel (27 cases), jay walking (six), passenger inattention (three), frenzy (eight) and illicit travel (18 cases). Over 6000 licences were issued and 338 riders dropped their licences. Forty-five illegal motorcycle riders were detained and five cars were confiscated for passenger transport without authorisation.
Another 100 riders were apprehended for incorrect operation or traffic light. "More than 450,000 automobiles are licensed in Yangon, and traffic jams get even more serious when automobiles come from other countries and areas. We' re investigating how to prevent traffic jams on the streets where the pedals are located.
Specific precautions are taken to make sure that rescue cars can reach the site of the crash despite traffic congestion.