Japan will re-examine school routes throughout the country to check for dangerous areas following a crash in Chiba Prefecture earlier this week that left two schoolchildren dead and injured three others, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Wednesday.
Suga unveiled the plan at a meeting of relevant Cabinet ministers on traffic safety policies.
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