A moving ceremony
Brave truck drivers are remembered
HUNDREDS attended the annual Lights on the Hill Trucking Memorial at Lake Apex to pay their respects to those who have lost their lives doing their job.
Lights on the Hill president KerryWilkins delivered a moving speech to honour the old and 65 new names of truck drivers the wall deserve everything,” he said.
“We’ve arranged for people to go down the cafe and museum at the cultural centre, for a gold coin donation.
“Come down and have a look and show your children just what these people on the wall used to do. Thank you for attending today and paying respects to these very important people.”
Lockyer Valley Mayor Steve Jones said the event was very special, in order to recognise and respect those passed and to honour the incredibly brave everyday Australians who continue to risk their lives every day.
PAYING RESPECTS: Lights on the Hill president Kerry Wilkins delivers a moving speech, honouring the 65 new names added to the wall, to an audience of hundreds paying their respects to those lost on the roads.