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Nearly four hundred drivers have been involved in an accident with an animal at Granada.

A bus driver died on Sunday following a collision between a car and a bus after an animal crossed the road.

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Nearly four hundred drivers have been involved in an accident with an animal at Granada.

A bus driver died on Sunday following a collision between a car and a bus after an animal crossed the road. The driver of the bus declared the vehicle damaged to the Civil Guard. This accident is not unusual, as there have been 386 accidents in the past year due to animals crossing the path of a vehicle's path, according to Traffic data.

Based on statistics, this accident rate is 17% of all accidents in Granada for 2021. According to statistics, 17% of all accidents that occur on the roads in Granada are caused by animals crossing the road as vehicles pass.

Another interesting fact is the kind of animal that causes these incidents. Tourist driver, who had to stop hard in order to avoid hitting an animal on the A-92 last Sunday, didn't recognize the type of bug. There were 386 accidents in the province of Granada. 222 wild animals and 146 domestic animals.

It is important to distinguish whether the animal is wild or domestic when assigning responsibility. This will allow you to identify natural or legal people responsible. If a pet animal is run over, the microchip that they must have must be identified in order to find the responsible person. It must be identified if it is a collision between loose cattle. You will need to determine if the animals have civil liability insurance which can cover the damage.

The most common animals to collide with vehicles in the province of Granada have been dogs and wild boars. Next came sheep, mountain goats, and cats. It is because asphalt was not designed to accommodate wild boars.

Only if the driver causes damage or violates traffic regulations, does the owner lose their responsibility?

In the case of wildlife, the actual cause of an accident is the driver, in the event that they do not comply with traffic regulations or the competent administrative responsible for the road where it occurred.

The competent road administration must take all safety and prevention measures necessary to avoid these accidents. Signposts, reflective poles and colored barriers must be used to signal high-risk sections. Ditches should be cleared and wildlife crossings and fences installed. Not the standard ones, but the highways must have perfect fencing. Accidents caused by collisions with animals occur more along traditional roads than on highways, despite the presence of barbed wire.

In that order, October, December, and November were the months with more animal collisions on Granada roads. Experts suggest that insurance companies consider the animal collision clause when deciding whether to take out insurance. Statistics show that there are more animal accidents than ever before.

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