Eight people died on the Czech roads over the weekend according to preliminary figures in spite of stepped up police controls for the last day of the summer holidays. A year earlier, the death toll was five. Police stepped up controls on motorists to accompany an expected rush back home at the end of the summer. Around 155 people died on Czech roads during the holiday period according to initial figures.
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