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‘Zero Deaths On Australian Roads For Just One Day?’

Friday May 27th is Fatality Free Friday (FFF) for 2016 and Toowoomba is standing up as a community with an event to raise Road Safety Awareness at St Luke’s Church, cnr Herries & Ruthven St.

This is a partnership event between Dept. Transport & Main Roads, Toowoomba Regional Council, St Luke’s Parish and the Queensland Police Service. St Luke’s was chosen as a high visibility site for the event with a free BBQ, displays by emergency services and road safety support agencies

The event will start at 12 midday and run till 2pm. Mayor Antonio will make a formal dedication at 1215, possibly followed by other dignitaries.

FFF started with a vision for road safety awareness in 2007 and is beyond one day, being now recognised as Australia’s only national community based road safety program.

For general information and history of the program see: http://www.fatalityfreefriday.com/

Come along and help us show the rest of Australia that Toowoomba and the Darling Downs cares about its people.

Submitted by:
Tony Rehn
Crime Prevention Officer

Darling Downs District
Queensland Police Service
Ph 07 4631 6755 Fax 07 4615 3200

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