Councils urged to tackle preventable child deaths and injuries

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Local authorities must do more to prevent the deaths of more than 60 children each year from preventable accidents, a report has found.

Burns and falls are among the most common unintentional injuries to under-fives. Picture: Christopher Jones
Burns and falls are among the most common unintentional injuries to under-fives. Picture: Christopher Jones

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