The figures dropped by 27.05 percent, 10.46 percent and 36.07 percent, respectively, year on year.
In the period, 953 road accidents left 558 people dead and 598 injured, representing decreases of 27.2 percent, 9.85 percent and 36.11 percent, respectively, from the same period last year.
Seven railway accidents killed five and injured another. Although the number of cases increased 40 percent, deaths and injuries remain unchanged as compared with the previous year.
Three accidents on waterways claimed two lives and no injuries, while no maritime accidents were reported in the period.