|When we travel, we want to reach our destination safely. When
our dearest persons travel, we want them to arrive safely. We
look forward to shaking hands with old friends. We await the
embrace of a child, spouse or parent. We help them carry
their bags, keep a parking place for them... We want to have
fun with them, to live a happy life!
Unfortunately, accidents happen on travel. Motorways are the
safest roads, but accidents caused by carelessness of drivers
and violation of safety regulations can not be completely
prevented. When motorway accidents happen, it is extremely
important to act conscientiously.
If an emergency vehicle, a firefighting vehicle or a police car
cannot reach the accident site in time, the lives of the injured
persons are in peril.
|If the injured person is received in an
emergency unit and receives proper medical treatment within
one hour from the time of the injury, his or her survival rate is
greater than 85%. That is why it is important to create a traffic
corridor for emergency vehicles as this can save someone’s life.
On the two-lane roads the emergency corridor is formed by
moving the vehicles in the right lane as far as possible to the
right and the vehicles in the left lane as far as possible to the
left. On three-lane roads, the middle lane is cleared by moving
the vehicles in the middle lane as far as possible to the right
and by providing access to emergency vehicles.
Drive consciously and create an emergency corridor
because it can save someone’s life!