Easter traffic accidents round up.

I know this isn’t exactly pleasant news about Spain, but I feel obliged to follow up on the story about the government’s shock tactic attempts to reduce road deaths ahead of the Easter holidays. Last year the total number of deaths over the Easter week was 105. This year? At midnight last night, Sunday, when nearly everyone should have been home in time for work today, the total was running at 101. What can you say? What can be done? Time for new tactics next year, that’s all.

Horror photos, a video, and debate (in Spanish) over at

Update: Official total is 107, two more than last year…

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