A total 332 were killed and 3,037 injured in road accidents throughout the country over the first six days of the “seven dangerous days”, Anusorn Kaewkangwan, deputy director general of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department, said on Wednesday.
Nakhon Pathom province had the highest number of deaths with 16, followed by Chiang Mai (14) and Bangkok (13). Chiang Mai recorded the highest number of road accidents at 123, said Mr Anusorn.
Trat is the only province that had no reports of road accidents or casualties, he added.
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