Highway Patrol warn of caution following rising road toll

WITH 10 deaths in three days, police are calling for drivers to accept greater responsibility for their actions on the state's roads.

The deaths, the result of 9 fatal crashes, are up from the same time last year and include pedestrians, motorcycle riders, passengers and drivers.

Assistant Commissioner John Hartley of the state's Traffic and Highway Patrol Command said the tragic deaths highlight the need for everyone to exercise more caution and obey the road rules.



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