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Extra Unmarked Police Cars on Cornwall's Roads
7:02am 17th January 2013
Pirate FM has learnt extra unmarked police cars are being put onto Cornwall's roads after a rise in serious accidents.
They are up six percent in a year from 521 to 554.
Officers have told Pirate FM there are four main causes of serious injuries and deaths on the region’s roads, known as the "fatal four."
They include speeding, drink driving, not wearing a seatbelt and using a mobile.
More than 60% of fatal and serious collisions were caused by these four factors.
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