The police said the increase in the wave of road traffic accidents across the country was alarming and need the quickest remedy to address the life threatening situation.
Police accidents report also put the total number of individuals sustaining injuries of different degrees at 507, while 592 vehicles got damaged.
The Police Public Safety Section attributes the increase in the number of road traffic accidents across the country to the lack of driver's education, inexperience on the part of some vehicle operators, drunk driving, and conditions of roads around the country (both good and bad roads).
The LiberIa National Police said it was concerned about the increase in the loss of human lives simply on accidents that could have been prevented.
Meanwhile, the Liberia National Police has announced that it will on Monday April 24, 2017 commence a vigorous vehicle inspection across Monrovia and its environs.
Police Spokesman DCP Sam Collins said the inspection will cover all vehicles plying the streets. He is therefore encouraging vehicle owners to adhere to the inspection as the police will not relent to enforce the Vehicle and Traffic Law of Liberia.