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Many roads are repaired to reduce accidents in New Year’s holidays

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All units are ready to provide security and facilitate the public’s enjoyment during the New Year festival. In Bueng Kan, emergency operations officers of Bueng Kan Hospital and military officers, inspected medical equipment on Monday, along with first aid kits, ambulances and emergency vehicles. Rescue teams have been trained to promptly help and give first aid to the injured.

At the blood donation center in Khon Kaen, around 30 people have been coming to the center to donate blood each day. The center has also sent mobile units to receive donated blood needed for patients and the injured throughout the coming New Year’s long holidays.
Sing Buri has launched a special center to prevent and reduce road accidents during the New Year festival. Free vehicle inspections will be provided for motorists who are heading north.

The Highways Department is urgently improving Sai Pho Road over more than 10 kilometers, ahead of the long holidays. The road will be used as a shortcut to the northern provinces.

Meanwhile, the Nakhon Ratchasima rural roads department is campaigning for road safety and is sending its staff to facilitate the passage of commuters. Damaged roads are being repaired to prevent accidents.

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