Communities across New Zealand will be marching for kids’ safety as part of UN Global Road Safety Week 2015 (4-10 May), to help #SaveKidsLives and prevent children and young people being killed and injured on NZ roads.
On average 19 children are killed each year and 270 are hospitalised after a motor vehicle traffic crash in New Zealand. Many of them are pedestrians, cyclists or car passengers travelling to and from school.
Around the world more than 500 children are killed every day as a result of road traffic crashes.
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