AT least eight dead and seven injured on Spanish roads over All Saints weekend
Seven fatal accidents occurred in Spain between Friday, October 30 and Sunday, November 1, according to a spokesperson from the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT).
All Saints Day, celebrated on November 1 each year, traditionally sees people travelling over the weekend to different areas to honour all the saints who have reached heaven. Unfortunately, this year’s festival has seen carnage on Spanish roads, with at least eight people dead and another seven injured.
Three fatal accidents occurred on Friday, when a cyclist lost his life in Almería and two further deaths occurred in Madrid and Huesca.
On Saturday, a motorcycle collided head-on with a car in Valladolid, a driver lost his life after running off the road in Granada and two more died in a road traffic accident in Lugo.
This Sunday, according to the provisional balance of Traffic, an accident with one death and one injured has been recorded, in the province of Almería, where a motorist died while leaving the road.
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