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Police crack down on drivers over Easter break

MORE than 2000 people in the Capricornia District were breath tested on the first day of the Queensland Police Easter Road Safety Campaign. 

Rockhampton Road Policing Unit Senior Sergeant Ewan Findlater said six drink drivers were detected during the random breath testing. 

He said 300 infringement notices had been issued to drivers in the Capricornia District. 

Since midnight Thursday, there have been six crashes in the region including one fatal crash on Saleyards Rd near Moura at 1.45am this morning. 

Snr Sgt Findlater said three of the crashes had left people with injuries. 

The Easter Road Safety Campaign runs until the end of the long weekend. 

Topics:  easter road safety campaign police



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