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A campaign is to highlight the dangers of not stopping at railway crossings. The campaign, developed by the Road Safety Task Force in partnership with ATN Tasrail, will include a series of television advertisements starting tomorrow on Southern Cross.
Task force chairman Paul Hogan said the campaign will emphasise the need for caution when crossing railway lines. He said crashes happened at railway crossings through driver inattention, fatigue or apathy.
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