Queensland | More than 4,000 motorists have made poor decisions on Queensland ro…

Queensland | More than 4,000 motorists have made poor decisions on Queensland roads over the Easter long weekend.

Six people have lost their lives and 135 individuals have been injured as a result of crashes around the state.

Speeding accounted for around half of the total number of infringements issued with 2,409 speeding drivers detected.

A total of 219 drug drivers and 228 drink drivers were detected.

Infringements were also issued for not wearing a seatbelt (113) and using a mobile phone (48), bringing the total to 4,742 offences.

Around 25 per cent of the total number of offences were detected across the state’s Central Region incorporating the Sunshine Coast, Mackay, Capricornia and… More



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