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Could anybody correct this sentence for me?
(1) The problem of the raising of the car accident should be solved without delay.
(2) The problem of the car accident's rasing should be solved without delay.
Many thanks in advance.
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(1) The problem of the car accident should be solved without delay.-- I don't understand 'raising' here.

(2) The problem of the car accident should be solved without delay.-- Or here.
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Thanks, but how about it?

(1) The problem of the raising of the car accident rate should be solved without delay.
(2) The problem of the car accident rate raising should be solved without delay.
Many thanks in advance.
(1) The problem of the rising car accident rate should be solved without delay.
(2) The problem of the car accident rate increase should be solved without delay.