Road accidents kill 168 people in Libya’s capital in 2018
The Libyan Interior Ministry revealed on Saturday that 168 people were killed in traffic accidents in the capital Tripoli in 2018, Trend reported citing Xinhua.
In addition, 331 were wounded and 847 vehicles damaged as a result of traffic accidents, the ministry said.
Traffic accidents in Libya are mainly caused by poor infrastructure and violations of driving regulations, particularly speeding.
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