Road Safety Minister Vincent Tarzia and South Australia Police are sending a powerful message to road users today with the public crushing of two cars.
A 2007 Volvo and a 2010 Holden Commodore will be publicly crushed to demonstrate the stance that recidivist road offenders on South Australian roads are not tolerated. The crushing will take place ahead of National Road Safety Week which runs from 15 – 22 November 2020.
Police are urging drivers to belt up during a 3-day blitz on seatbelt wearing by adults and children.
Whilst the Christmas Pageant will look a little different this year, members of the public can expect to see close monitoring by SA Police at tomorrow’s event.
With 25,000 people expected to attend the Christmas Pageant at Adelaide Oval tomorrow night, members of the public are being urged to be careful on the roads, to look out for young children and to take care of themselves and others.
Major Crash officers are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal crash at Kadina early this morning.
Major Crash officers are investigating the tragic death of a woman at Stirling last night.
A man will appear in court today after a stolen car, firearms, drugs and a pipe bomb were found at Elizabeth Downs.
A man has obliterated his car after colliding into three stobie poles late last night at Glengowrie.
Police are investigating after a woman allegedly stole alcohol and threatened a staff member at a hotel in Plympton overnight.
A man from Adelaide's southern suburbs has been charged with two counts of indecent assault after incidents in the CBD.
Police are currently at Nailsworth where a man's body has been found.