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CFA steers youth on the road to safety
Young drivers received a dire warning from emergency services workers last week – drive safely or face life-changing – or ending – consequences.
The Teenage Road Information Program (TRIP) evening was held on Wednesday 13 August at Heritage Funeral Homes in Woori Yallock to a packed room of teenagers and parents.
Emergency service crews organised the evening which was aimed at delivering a hard-hitting message to teenagers from the people who see road trauma first-hand.
The message behind the program is simple – that one death on the roads is too many and that poor driving decisions can have a ripple effect on many people’s lives.
Read the full story from Jesse Graham in the Upper Yarra Mail.