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Plea for country driver vigilance

MOTORISTS are three times more likely to be killed or seriously injured when involved in a casualty crash in rural South Australia compared with metropolitan Adelaide.

Among the most common types of crashes resulting in a casualty in regional SA are hitting a fixed object (29 per cent) and a vehicle roll over (15 per cent), according to state government data obtained by the RAA.

RAA senior manager safety and infrastructure Charles Mountain said almost a third of casualty crashes in the regions resulted in a fatality or serious injury during the past five years.

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