A total of 217 children in elementary school or younger died in traffic accidents in Japan in the five years through 2021, National Police Agency data showed Thursday.
Around half of the children were walking when they fell victim to accidents. The agency plans to raise awareness among drivers and educate children and their guardians during the 10-day nationwide traffic safety campaign starting on April 6.
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