Drink Driving and Random Breath Tests

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The Queensland Police Service announced the Central Region Road Safety Week as part of its ongoing efforts to help reduce the road toll.

On Day Two Road Safety Week there were 2,477 Random Breath Tests [RBT] carried out, with the following results:

9 Drink Driving Offences

6 Drug Driving offences

693 other Traffic Infringement Notices issued.

An interesting result…..

The Road Safety  Week which will conclude this Sunday March 23, 2014.

This region has the highest road fatality toll for any Police region in Queensland, and recorded 95 fatalities in 2013.

The 2014 fatality toll for the region is currently 6, a great improvement compared to the 28 at this point last year.



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