Namibian Police Force Inspector General, Lieutenant General Sebastian Ndeitunga has said at least 426 people have lost their lives in car accidents between 01 January and 14 November 2021. The Namibia press agency reports that in a speech delivered on his behalf at the launch of the 2021/2022 festive season road safety campaign at Keetmanshoop on Thursday, Ndeitunga said during the same period 2 579 car accidents were recorded which resulted in 4 464 injuries. This is an 8% increase in accidents, a 6% increase in injuries, and a 12% increase in fatalities compared to the same period last year. This, Ndeitunga said, gives an indication that road users are still not complying with the road safety regulations.