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Next week, Queensland kids go back to school for the start of Term 1, which means more traffic will be on our roads, and more children walking and riding on our footpaths.

Darling Downs emergency services agencies joined forces this morning to urge everyone to be vigilant and ensure they’re driving to conditions and adhering to school speed zones.

Parents and carers, this is a perfect opportunity to have a conversation with your children to remind them how to safely cross roads as well as bicycle safety and etiquette, remembering to always wear a helmet and cross at designated crossings.

Let’s have a safe, accident-free back to school next week and always!


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