The 1994-98 annual average for children killed or seriously injured was 22 and in 2010 it was three seriously injured (86.
What does KSI stand for?
KSI stands for Killed or Seriously Injured (UK road safety statisitcs)
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- Kee Shing Hardware Supplies (est. 1984; Hong Kong)
- Kenmore State High School (Australia)
- Kentucky State Horticultural Society (est. 1856)
- Kenyan Shillings
- Korean Society for Horticultural Science (South Korea)
- Kansas State High School Activities Association
- Kaposi's Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus
- Kali Sikaran International (martial arts)
- Kelly Services Incorporated
- Key Solutions, Inc. (various companies)
- Killing Service Incorporated (gaming clan)
- Killing Spree Inc (gaming clan)
- Kinetic Systems, Inc. (various locations)
- Kips Per Square Inch (engineering)
- Kludge Sound Inc.
- Knattspyrnusamband Íslands (football association of Iceland)
- Knight of the Star of India
- Knowledge, Strength, Integrity (gaming community)
- Kommando Schwarze Infusion (German: Command Black Infusion)
- Kovack Securities, Inc. (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
OFFICERS are warning motorists to take extra care while driving during May, after it was revealed more people are likely to be killed or seriously injured on the roads of Merseyside this month.
In 2008, 44 children aged six to 11 were killed or seriously injured while walking in West Yorkshire.
THE number of people killed or seriously injured on Warwickshire's roads has dropped to an alltime low, according to the county council.
For a new camera site to be approved there must either have been at least two collisions resulting in people being killed or seriously injured, or one person killed or seriously injured and six slight injury collisions, in the previous three years.
It has committed itself to achieving a 50% reduction in the number of children killed or seriously injured on the roads.
The January-March 2003 figures included 8,800 killed or seriously injured (two per cent down on the same period last year) and 58,850 slightly injured (five per cent down).
The number of children killed or seriously injured last year was 4,596 -down 8% on 2001.