There were 14 fatalities on the roads in Spain at the weekend, although none were in the region of Andalucia.
The year 2013 ended with a total of 1,128 fatalities on the roads in Spain, the lowest figure since records began in 1960, although still far too many.
A total of ten people, including two motorcyclists, lost their lives on the roads in Spain over the weekend. A further en people were injured.
During the Christmas period, December 21st 2012 to January 2nd 2013, a total of 40 people lost their lives on the roads in Spain in 37 fatal accidents. A further 22 people were seriously injured.
Four people lost their lives on the roads in Andalucia over the weekend in four fatal accidents, these occurring in Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz), Puente Genil (Córdoba) Villalba del Alcor (Huelva) and Alcalá la Real (Jaén).
The definitive total of road deaths during 2011 has just been published, with 2,060 people losing their lives on the roads in Spain. This represents a 13% decrease compared to 2010.
Five people lost their lives on the roads in Spain over the weekend, three of the accidents occurring in Andalucia.
Fifteen people lost their lives on the roads in Spain over the weekend with two fatalities occurring in Andalucia. A further seven people were seriously injured.
A total of 515 people have died on the roads in Spain in the first five months of the year, a decrease of 7.3% compared to the same period in 2011. During this past weekend, eight people died in eight fatal accidents and a further six were seriously injured. Three of the fatalities were motorcyclists.
A total of 40 people died in 33 fatal accidents on the roads in Spain over the Holy Week period, with a further 15 seriously injured. Five of the fatalities occurred in Andalucía.