Senior Constable Mel Ryan signing her pledge for Fatality Free Friday.
Senior Constable Mel Ryan signing her pledge for Fatality Free Friday. Felicity Ripper

FATALITY FREE: Make the pledge for safer Burnett roads

KINGAROY police officers are inviting the community to join their pledge for safer roads.

The officers will be joined by representatives from the Department of Transport and Main Roads at a Fatality Free Friday awareness stall next week.

Officer in charge Dave Tierney said the stall would be held at the Kingaroy Shoppingworld on Monday, May 27 from 9am to 11am.

"Come along and pledge to make our roads a safer place by signing the Fatality Free Friday vehicle,” he said.

Anyone who is unable to attend and still wants to make a pledge can contribute on the Fatality Free Friday page of the Australian Road Safety Foundation website.

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