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Students to hear Fatality Free Friday message

24 May 2018

USC road safety expert Dr Bridie Scott-Parker will share ways to reduce road risks with students at Glenview State School tomorrow for Fatality Free Friday.

Dr Scott-Parker will visit with representatives from Queensland Police Service, the Department of Transport and Main Roads and road safety mascot Humphrey B Bear.

The show will be held Friday 25 May from 10-10.30am, with media opportunities available from 10.30-11am.

Dr Scott-Parker specialises in road safety for adolescents and seniors. She is a Senior USC Research Fellow and is supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council Research Fellowship.

Fatality Free Friday is a one-day nationwide campaign to highlight the importance of road safety.

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