The number of people killed on the roads is 14 per cent higher than same time last year.
"It’s not a horrible life, but it’s not a life that you want."
Bev Basar heard a knock at her at 5am. She opened it, expecting to find her 18-year-old daughter ...
You’ve been injured, severely. You have killed someone in an accident that was not your fault. Your daughter ...
We want everyone to be able to tell their loved ones they are home safe.
The people affected by road trauma are far more than just numbers.
Lives lost on Victorian roads this year: 238
Fatality data is compiled by the TAC from police reports supplied by Victoria Police. Fatality data is revised each day, with the exception of weekends and public holidays. Data is subject to revision as additional information about known accidents is received and as new accident reports are received and processed.
Markers are an approximate location only, based on roads and suburbs, not exact addresses.