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12 dead on Quebec roads during construction vacation, according to SQ

Sûreté du Québec said 11 clashes had resulted in deaths over a two-week period.

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A Surete du Quebec police car is shown at the scene of a police search in St-Nicolas, a suburb of Levis, Que., on October 12, 2012.
A Slete du Quebec patrol car is shown at a police search scene in Saint Nicolas, a suburb of Levis, Quebec. October 12, 2012. Photo by Jacques Boissinot /THE CANADIAN PRESS

Quebec City — 12 dead in recent construction holidays Quebec roads inside are the same number as last year, Quebec police said Wednesday. The Recreational Tourism Network also reported one death to him.

In his annual report on his construction leave from July 22nd to his August 7th this year, Schlett du Quebec noted that road deaths were among his eleven. He said it was due to a collision.

During the last year, SQ counted nine collisions on the road network and three on the recreational tourism network. Twelve people died, nine of them in traffic accidents.

According to SQ, his three main causes of crashes are speed, distraction and driving disturbance. SQ is urging drivers to exercise caution during their trip, as his vacation lasts until August.

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