Police urge Queenslanders to drive safely this long weekend
As lives lost across the state reach 90, Queensland Police Service (QPS) Acting Superintendent Stephen Donnelly has urged Queenslanders to take care when they are out on the roads this long weekend.
The QPS will be conducting Operation Tango Charisma, targeting dangerous driver behaviour across the state with the aim of reducing serious and fatal crashes on the road.
Acting Superintendent Donnelly said while Queenslanders would be making the most of the long weekend – the last until October – they should take extra care.
“Already we have had 90 deaths on our roads and 2021 is shaping up to be a terrible year on our roads when it comes to fatalities,” he said.
“The consequences of irresponsible behaviour on the roads can be…