The number of people who die due to road accidents in India is more than the individual populations of 27 countries across the world. It is estimated that fatalities and injuries from road accidents result in the loss of over 2.5% of India’s GDP. Despite attempts to mitigate the risks, little or no progress has been felt on Indian roads. When SaveLIFE explored the root causes of road accident deaths in India, its team discovered that 80% of victims fail to receive emergency medical care within the critical Golden Hour after an accident. 50% of those who currently die can be saved if they receive timely medical attention.

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