With several recent road deaths and injuries, officials are reminding all road users to obey traffic laws and to be every vigilant.
And while the death of Arnold Jones on Monday afternoon may have pushed the toll 78 road deaths for the year, the figure still stands at an estimated 18 percent less than the comparative figure for last year.
The total number of fatal deaths for the same period in 2015 stood at 95.
Coordinator of the TT Police Service’s Road and Safety Campaign, PC Brent Batson, has reiterated that both drivers and pedestrians alike need to exercise caution on the nation’s roadways.
He said everyone has a responsibility to be vigilant and to adhere to all regulations, adding that speed remains a major contributing factor to road fatalities in this country.
Jones was traveling along Mausica Road around 2:00 pm when he fell off his motorcycle.
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