Emergency service workers have joined forces with The Examiner on a Christmas road safety campaign that aims to reduce crashes and deaths on Tasmanian roads.
The campaign will focus on the tragic consequences of deaths on the state’s roads and the people who experience trauma as a result of those crashes.
Crash survivor Sam Cawthorn launched the campaign on December 16 with a clear message: “Wake up, it’s in your hands.”
Every road user means something to someone.
And it’s in your hands to ensure you and your family are safe on our roads.
Over several weeks The Examiner will speak to victim’s families, survivors, emergency service workers, volunteers and experts road safety.
You can follow The Examiner’s In Your Hands campaign here:
If you or someone you know has been impacted by a road tragedy, Road Trauma Support Tasmania is available on 6777 6252.