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Danger spots

The A682 in Lancashire has been declared the most dangerous road in Britain.

Almost 100 people have been killed or seriously injured on the 15-mile stretch in the past 10 years. The second worst is the A54 Congleton to Buxton road in Derbyshire while the A684 from the M6 to Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria is third, according to the European Road Assessment Programme. The organisation also suggests that improved road markings could save eight times as many lives as a speed trap.

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