Road blitz nabs 56 speeding drivers in South Australia
South Australia has seen the biggest number of drivers caught speeding during a weekend blitz of 46 motorway blitzes to clean up traffic in Perth.
The blitz was launched on July 4 at six separate locations in the state’s capital, Adelaide.
The traffic jam 카지노사이트추천on South Australia’s north western freeway was expected to last at least another four hours and would result in at least 22 motorists injured, according to South Australia’s Road샌즈 카지노s and Road Transport Commission.
“You would have to be crazy to think that it’s a random thing,” commission spokesman Darren Nairn said.
“We know in Perth the drivers are quite smart and they’re aware of the situation so if it’s going to get that large in our capital city it may not be random.”
Between the blitzes four drivers have been charged with driving while disqualified, police said.
Two of them have been charged and a third is currently awaiting the outcome of his proceedings, police said.
The five-year-old fema김천출장샵le driver of the red Audi hit and killed an emergency medical technician who was on his way to work, according to police.
“This vehicle’s not only a hit and run driver. We believe that there’s a second vehicle involved, the driver of the other vehicle,” police said.
The emergency medical technician who was on his way to work from the road was killed in a hit and run accident between a truck and a trucker, in the Western Distributing area of the state.
Police say the death could not be caused by a collision.
Police allege the truck driver’s van was involved in a collision with the Audi.
It is the first road traffic fatality in Perth since 2003.
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