29 people died on Spanish roads over the Easter period, after official figures were released on Wednesday.
There were a million more journeys made on the road network, however the number of deaths fell by 12, compared to 2016. 6 of those who died were understood to have not been wearing seatbelts. Most fatal accidents happened at junctions.
The report also states that no children lost their lives on the road network, after 15.2 million journeys were taken. The death toll is the second lowest figure since 1993.
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