Queensland Police have commended motorists for helping to make this Easter the safest on the state’s roads in twenty years.
Road Policing Command Assistant Commissioner Mike Keating said after last year’s tragic holiday period, it was clear that road safety was on everyone’s mind.
“Last year we saw the worst Easter on our roads since seasonal records began in 1992. Thankfully this year, it’s a different story,” Assistant Commissioner Keating said.
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“The last time we had no one die on Queensland roads over Easter was in 1996 – so in that respect, this year was our best Easter in twenty years.
Motorists have been advised that the roads will continue to be busier than usual with school holidays, with drivers urged to remain vigilant.