SLOW DOWN FOR EMER­GENCY VE­HI­CLES

Weekend Courier - - Street Watch -

AT­TEND­ING road­side in­ci­dents can be risky busi­ness, that's why our roads have now been made safer for work­ers at­tend­ing emer­gen­cies. As of March 2, the new law re­quires mo­torists to re­duce speed to a max­i­mum of 40km/h when pass­ing in­ci­dent re­sponse ve­hi­cles with flash­ing lights and, where pos­si­ble and safe to do so, move to the next lane. This ap­plies to all emer­gency ser­vice ve­hi­cles and first re­sponse per­son­nel who need to at­tend to road­side in­ci­dents very quickly.

– Kwinana Po­lice and Rock­ing­ham De­tec­tives would like to iden­tify the peo­ple pic­tured on the right. Po­lice be­lieve they could as­sist with in­quiries into a bur­glary and frauds in Ber­tram on March 24. If you can iden­tify any of them call Crime Stoppers. KWINANA Po­lice would like to know the iden­tity of the fe­male pic­tured (bot­tom, left). She may be able to as­sist po­lice with a fraud in­quiry. If you can iden­tify her, call Crime Stoppers.

Po­lice would like to iden­tify the two peo­ple pic­tured (bot­tom, right). Po­lice be­lieve they could as­sist with a steal­ing in­ci­dent in Kwinana on March 31. Call Crime Stoppers.

BER­TRAM

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