MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_0038_01D6BB6A.D58F3CB0" This is a multipart message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_0038_01D6BB6A.D58F3CB0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit CATHERINE KING MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT SENATOR GLENN STERLE SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR ROAD SAFETY SENATOR ALEX GALLACHER DEPUTY CHAIR, JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON ROAD SAFETY NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK 2020 This week is National Road Safety Week. Every year, approximately 1,200 people are killed and another 44,000 are seriously injured on Australian roads. For Australian children under 15, traffic injuries are the biggest killer. For young Australians aged 15-24, traffic injuries are the second biggest killer. This is a devastating toll which touches families and communities across Australia. Far too many Australians are dying or being seriously injured on our roads and we all need to do better. By changing behaviours, putting down distractions, obeying road rules and not getting behind the wheel when tired or under the influence of drugs or alcohol we can keep ourselves and others safe. Labor encourages all Australians to visit the National Road Safety Week website and take the pledge to keep themselves and others safe on the road. National Road Safety Week is a national awareness campaign organised by the Safer Australian Roads and Highways Group to raise awareness of road trauma and ways to prevent it. SUNDAY, 15 NOVEMBER 2020 MEDIA CONTACT: NICK BEAVER 0419 709 266 Authorised by Paul Erickson, ALP, Canberra. This is a broadcast email - please do not reply to this email. _____ This email is confidential and may be privileged. If you have received this email by mistake: (1) please notify me immediately and delete the email; (2) you must not use this email or its contents; (3) client legal privilege is not waived. _____ unsubscribe from this list . ------=_NextPart_000_0038_01D6BB6A.D58F3CB0 Content-Type: text/html; charset="utf-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable MEDIA RELEASE - KING, STERLE & GALLACHER - NATIONAL ROAD = SAFETY WEEK 2020 - SUNDAY, 15 NOVEMBER
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CATHERINE KING = MP
SHADOW MINISTER FOR INFRASTRUCTURE, TRANSPORT AND REGIONAL = DEVELOPMENT

SENATOR GLENN STERLE
SHADOW ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR ROAD SAFETY

SENATOR ALEX GALLACHER
DEPUTY CHAIR, JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON ROAD SAFETY

NATIONAL ROAD SAFETY WEEK 2020
 
This week is National Road Safety = Week.

 Every year, approximately 1,200 people are killed and another = 44,000 are seriously injured on Australian roads.

 For Australian children under 15, traffic injuries are the biggest = killer.
 
For young Australians aged 15-24, traffic injuries are the second = biggest killer. 

This is a devastating toll which touches families and communities across = Australia.

Far too many Australians are dying or being seriously injured on our = roads and we all need to do better.
 
By changing behaviours, putting down distractions, obeying road rules = and not getting behind the wheel when tired or under the influence of = drugs or alcohol we can keep ourselves and others safe.
 
Labor encourages all Australians to visit the National Road = Safety Week website and take the pledge to keep themselves and = others safe on the road.
 
National Road Safety Week is a national awareness campaign organised by = the Safer Australian Roads and Highways Group to raise awareness of road = trauma and ways to prevent it.

SUNDAY, 15 NOVEMBER 2020
 
MEDIA CONTACT: NICK BEAVER 0419 709 = 266
=09

Authorised by Paul Erickson, ALP, Canberra.
 

This is a broadcast email - please do not reply = to this email.


This email is confidential and may be = privileged. If you have received this email by mistake: (1) please = notify me immediately and delete the email; (2) you must not use this = email or its contents; (3) client legal privilege is not waived.


 

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